How to watch your facebook year in review video

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Facebook made its contribution to lớn the weirdly crowded genre of tech platform year-in-review blog posts today, highlighting 2016’s most-discussed stories on its increasingly controversial platform for the sharing of all news fake, real, & imagined. It is a list of people who are dead & democracies that are dying, & it reads like a suicide note. Happy New Year!

Your đứng đầu 10 most-discussed trends around the world are:

US Presidential ElectionBrazilian PoliticsPokémon GoBlack Lives MatterRodrigo Duterte & Philippine Presidential ElectionOlympicsBrexitSuper BowlDavid BowieMuhammad Ali

So that’s one response lớn police brutality (Black Lives Matter), one clip game fad, (Pokémon Go), two sports events (Olympics, Super Bowl), two dead guys (David Bowie, Muhammad Ali), and four dubious-to-horrifying regime changes (United States, Brazil, the Philippines, Brexit). Sad! Prince also died this year, but that somehow didn’t make the đứng top 10 here, & that’s also sad.

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Christophe Wu / Facebook Facebook also shared its danh sách of đứng đầu live videos for the year. No. 1 was, of course, Candace “Chewbacca Mom” Payne, who racked up 162 million views laughing while wearing a mask. Payne was the only private citizen to make the list, which is otherwise occupied by news và entertainment brands. Notably, the no.

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10 đoạn phim has only 12 percent of the views of the No. 1 clip — suggesting people are avoiding watching live videos almost as much as they’re avoiding making them.

Facebook is also rolling out a more personalized look at năm 2016 to users. This month, you’ll likely see a clip of “meaningful moments” from the past year in your News Feed. You can edit it, if you like, và then tóm tắt it with friends & family. To find it, visit facebook.com/yearinreview2016.

Here’s the video Mark Zuckerberg shared about năm nhâm thìn on his page today.


Every year we cốt truyện a đoạn clip with some of the biggest moments on Facebook that year. 2016 was a difficult year for a lot of people around the world. But what gives me hope is that even our darkest moments were a little brighter because of the connections we shared with each other. As we head into 2017, I believe more than ever in the power nguồn of this community -- khổng lồ teach us, to lớn console us, to celebrate with us, to open our minds & to help us move forward together. Here"s to a healthy and happy 2017!

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday, December 8, 2016

Update, 1:33 P.M.: This article has been updated to lớn include Zuckerberg’s video.