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This article was published on March 31, 2015

Facebook’s new Scrapbook tool makes it easy to collect all your kids’ photos in one place

Facebook’s new Scrapbook tool makes it easy to collect all your kids’ photos in one place
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The people who first started using Facebook have grown up. As that core audience has aged, there are a lot more Facebook users with kids who now post thousands of baby photos onto the platform.

Facebook is now making it easier to collect photos strewn across various albums with a new Scrapbook tool. It basically lets you tag your children in photos so that you can collect them all in one place, even if your two-year-old doesn’t have her own Facebook account. You can then share the Scrapbooks with your friends.

Scrapbooks can be co-owned partners to make it easier for parents and guardians to work together on the albums. Keep in mind you have to actually be in a relationship on Facebook though.

You can also choose any title for your kid; it could be his or her name, initials or any goofy nickname of your choosing. Only you and your partner can tag children in the photos.

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To start a Scrapbook, go to your profile, click on About, and then enter the Family and Relationships section. You’ll see the option to create a Scrapbook there.

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Scrapbooks are rolling out in the US today on the Web, iPhone and Android.

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