Skip Nav
Facebook
How a Mom's Facebook Post Ruined a Man's Reputation For Life
Tech News
Apple Has a New Solution For Your Cracked iPhone
Tech News
The New iPhone's Camera Does Something Really F*cking Cool

Edit Facebook Look Back Video

Facebook Look Back, Now Edit Out Those Unwanted Pics!

Hooray! After seeing a news feed full of sentimental videos of friends' lives through a Facebook lens, you braced yourself for the wonders of your own Look Back video and found . . . nothing you actually would like to remember. That meme you uploaded once doesn't need to be seen again, and — ugh — thanks for the reminder of the ex, FB. So to make your Look Back a little more "you," starting Friday, Facebook added an edit option to add a bit of customization to the nostalgia.

Navigate to the Facebook Look Back page, where there will be a new Edit button to the right of the green Share Your Movie button. Selecting Edit pulls up a new set of photos to choose to replace the current ones across the video's different categories: Your First Moments, Your Most Liked Photos, Uploaded Photos, and Photo Grids. All your photos in each category won't fully populate, so there's not a full customization experience, but at least you can control whether that brunch pic from two years ago really should make it to your photo collage.

Around The Web
An Inspiring Reminder That Love Can Happen In Really Dumb Places
Trade In Damaged and Cracked iPhones For Apple Credit
How Do I Add the Emoticon Keyboard?
iPhone Live Photos Feature
How to Watch TV Shows Without Cable
Day-Care Worker Fired For Snapchat Post
Facebook Parenting Groups Every Mom Should Follow

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

Join The Conversation
Latest Technology & Gadgets
X