Facebook Introduces 'Say Thanks' Video Making Tool

By Prarthito

Facebook may be one of the most popular social networking services across the planet, but that doesn't mean it's anywhere near perfection. However, there's more now to follow up on.

According to reports, Facebook has unveiled a brand new video creation tool that allows users to create personalized video cards for the ones they care. Called "Say Thanks", the tool highlights the moments you have shared together with them.

Facebook Introduces 'Say Thanks' Video Making Tool


"Share a Say Thanks video with a close friend, your significant other, a relative, a coworker, an old friend - or anyone else in your life who you'd like to celebrate. There is no limit to how many personalized videos you can create and share," the official blog for the same states.

To create a Say Thanks video, head over to your Facebook page. Once you choose a friend, Facebook will generate a preview of the video. Here on, you'll have the ability to select a different theme and edit photos and posts that represent your friendship.

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"When you're satisfied with the video, click "Share" - you will have the option of writing a personalized message before posting. The video will post on your Timeline and your friend will be tagged, so it will show up on their Timeline as well," the post adds.

Say Thanks has already started rolling out globally on both desktop and mobile in English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Turkish.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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