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According to Facebook, the feature will be available for a month, though videos shared on timelines will not disappear.
published a piece titled “Nobody Wants To See Your Facebook Look Back Video,” suggesting there was already some frustration and fatigue over the sudden influx of the videos in users’ feeds a day after their release.
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Also on February 5th, SFGate published a post titled “11 Facebook look-back videos flooding your feed” which outlined different types of Look Back videos you might see in your feed.
Later that same day, Facebook reported that “hundreds of millions of users” had watched their Look Back videos.
The feature was released in early February 2014 to coincide with the social network’s 10th anniversary.
On February 4th, 2014, Facebook unveiled a special feature called “Look Back,” which provides every user with a personalized slideshow reflecting on his or her life events and notable status updates, in celebration of the company’s 10th anniversary.Learn how to meet someone new, improve your dates, when to become serious, move in together, and pop the engagement question.