This is almost the end of the year and Facebook are really happy to make their users enjoy the seasons by launching Facebook Annual Year in Review Videos and guess what, some people are loving it, while most people are going crazy about it.
The Facebook Annual Year in Review Videos is a kind of short clip where a Facebook user is allowed to view sliding of his/her few photos since the year begun. Then after viewing, it depends on you whether you want to share it to everybody on facebook or…
Hey, it won’t show you your complete pictures of 2016. Unless, you do upload images once in 4 months.
Well, most people are making it look like a jerk on their twitter handle. Some people are really cruel, if actually you don’t like the Facebook video, why don’t you just leave it and look for what you will do.
This are some of their tweet concerning the Facebook Year in Review Videos;
I would rather cut off my own arm than watch my 2016 year in review.
You’d think with all the information Facebook has on us that they could make more compelling year in review videos.
Facebook now hits you right in the face with your year in review in the event you want to spend 5 minutes being upset
No thanks Facebook, I don’t need to see my year in review. I already know what a dumpster fire looks like.
If I see one more “#yearinreview” on Facebook I’m gunna throw my phone out the window
The Facebook #yearinreview is like a look back with all the people I’ve had disappointing sex with over the past year or so.
Getting a jump on this: No one gives a shit about your “Year in Review” Facebook video. Honestly, even you don’t care about yours.
Dear #Facebook: Please suspend your “#YearInReview” feature for 2016. No one wants to relive this festering dung heap. Sincerely, #humanity.
Meanwhile, after that, Facebook also compiled the top 10 trending topics around the world. There are;
*. US Presidential Election
*. Brazilian Politics
*. Pokémon Go
*. Black Lives Matter
*. Rodrigo Duterte & Philippine Presidential Election
*. Super Bowl
*. David Bowie
*. Muhammad Ali
Are you happy about this? Do you love the Facebook Year in Review?