Scrapbook is the Newest Facebook Feature

Scrapbook is the Newest Facebook Feature

Scrapbook – is the new feature available in Facebook, this feature allows users to organize images. This allows especially parents to create certain tags for a particular image especially kids, babies and even images of our pets.

Although children under 13 years of age are not allowed to havee a Facebook account yet, but kids, babies and even pets have undeniable presence in Facebook, and according to survey conducted by Facebook, there are 65 percent of parent’s shares baby photos and will definitely tag their partner or some family member to the image uploaded in Facebook.

The new feature which is the Scrapbook is an early attempt of Facebook to acknowledge and organize childrens’ online identities so when these children reaches age 13 and joins Facebook, the company will have a process for giving them ownership over their own tags.

The Facebook’s Scrapbook is one specialized photo page that will display photos of your child, and on top of the tagged images is a feature cover photo and profile picture.

How to use this new feature? To use the new feature, click on the new Scrapbook option under the Family and Relationships section of your Facebook (FB, Tech30) profile and then add your ankle-biter. Enter their name, real or a nickname, and then chose a relationship: daughter, son, child (if you prefer to keep it gender neutral) or pet. Fill out their birthdate if you like and hurray! You can now start tagging every picture of you newly and first born Goldie Victoria, King or Frankie.

Thanks to Facebook’s Product Manager Dan Barak, this idea came from him after his wife gave birth to their first child. Baby Rom is so adorable these two new parents are so excited to tag Little Rom to his own pictures but there’s no way to do it thus, this new feature is created.

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