Facebook is getting some handy new features for image uploads today. The social media giant announced that Facebook for Android will be getting an update that allows users to more easily manage the order of their photo uploads.
Facebook is labeling this as a better way to "tell your story." You will now be able to select the exact order your photos will be uploaded in. Afterward, you will be presented with a preview of the ensuing story, from which point you can re-order the photos, write an introduction, or caption each photo. Finally, the series of photos will appear to your friends in a new collage layout after your story is uploaded.
Facebook says the update will be live later today, so be sure to check the Play store if you're hankering for a new way to tell your story.
What do you think of this update? Let us know in the comments.
Source: Facebook Newsroom
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