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How To See Your 2016 Facebook Year In Review Video?

By Monica U Santos , Dec 20, 2016 04:33 AM EST
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In the year 2016, NASA has dominated social media. (Photo : The Young Turks/YouTube Screenshot)

The year 2016 is finally almost over and Facebook has something to give for all its active users. Introducing the personalized Facebook Year in Review videos that capture the highlights of the previous year on a global scale.

The Annual Facebook Year In Review

Annually, Facebook creates a general Year in Review video that captures the highlights of the previous year on a global scale. This tool creates a great impact to all users since Facebook also allows them to view a personalized Year in Review video that pulls highlights from their page. "Your Year in Review is a personalized video that lets you highlight and share your meaningful moments from this year. These moments can include photos and posts that you've shared or been tagged in."

According to Bustle, aside from giving users time to personalized more the video by replacing the suggested photos and events, users are also allowed to share the video with their Facebook friends so everyone can relive the fun memories, celebrate accomplishments and congrats for all achievements. You can also adjust the privacy settings to specify who sees your Year In Review Video upon sharing, or keep it private altogether.

How To See Your 2016 Facebook Year In Review Video?

To see your Year in Review visit facebook.com/yearinreview2016 or click Watch Yours on a Year in Review that has been shared by a friend. You may also see your Year in Review video in your News Feed, but it's only visible to you unless you share it. To share your Year in Review:

  1. Go to facebook.com/yearinreview2016
  2. Click Share Video
  3. Select the audience for the post
  4. Click Post

To edit your Year in Review before you share it:

  1. Go to facebook.com/yearinreview2016
  2. Click Edit Video and then choose the photos you want to appear in your video
  3. Click Share
  4. Select the audience for the post
  5. Click Post
  6. You can also edit and share your video by clicking Share Video or Edit Video below your Year In Review video when it shows up in your News Feed. If you don't see your own video, maybe you not have it immediately. It'll be rolling out over the course of the month, though, so once yours is ready, finding where to watch it is a breeze. On a note posted by Facebook, "If you don't see your own Year in Review video, this feature may not be available for you or there may not be enough content to generate a video."

Facebook's Year In Review for 2016

Facebook released its list of the most discussed topics for 2016. As reported by PCWorld, Facebook put together its year in review by ranking the most frequently mentioned topics in Facebook posts between January 1 and November 27. That data was then analyzed and anonymized to get a sense of the year’s most discussed issues in the whole year of 2016.

Every day people turn to Facebook to share the moments that matter most to them. Here are the highlights of the most talked about global topics in Facebook's 2016 Year in Review.

  1. US Presidential Election
  2. Brazilian Politics
  3. Pokemon Go
  4. Black Lives Matter
  5. Rodrigo Duterte & Philippine Presidential Election
  6. Olympics
  7. Brexit
  8. Super Bowl
  9. David Bowie
  10. Muhammad Ali

In the same announcement, Facebook also shares the list of the top 10 global Live videos:

  1. Candace Payne, Chewbacca Mom
  2. Ted Yoder, Soundscapes
  3. Buzzfeed, Countdown to the next presidential election
  4. Atlanta Buzz, People are lining up to hug police officers in Dallas
  5. NBC News, Election results
  6. Under the Hood, Video of a truck completely carved out of wood
  7. Viral Thread, Population count from the US to CA
  8. CNN, Election results on Empire State building
  9. Dena Blizzard, Pokemon Go for moms “Chardonnay Go”
  10. Super Deluxe, Election map

The annual Year In Review Video gives higlight to every memories that each of the users of Facebook may look back. But as warned by Pix11, all must be on the lookout for scams. Some pages promise to create your “Year in Review” video for you, if you like or share their page, or install some third party app. Don’t be fooled – you don’t need to install any extra plugins to get your video.

 

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