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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.
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.
Scrapbooks are rolling out in the US today on the Web, iPhone and Android.
➤ An Optional Way to Organize Photos of Your Child on Facebook [Facebook]
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