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Facebook to kill photo sync, users asked to move to Moments app

  • Facebook is shutting down
    the photo syncing feature from its mobile app, reported
    Gadgets360. The social network has started to alert users that from
    January 10, those who wish to privately upload photos from their phone will

    • Facebook is shutting down
      the photo syncing feature from its mobile app, reported
      Gadgets360. The social network has started to alert users that from
      January 10, those who wish to privately upload photos from their phone will
      need to use Moments, a standalone app it released earlier this year.
    •  
    • The social juggernaut
      said users have until January 10 to move their photos to the Moments app.
      “Starting this week, we are beginning to phase out Facebook’s photo
      syncing feature,” a spokesperson told
      Tech
      Insider
      .
    •  
    • “People that use
      photo syncing will have the option to move the photos they’ve previously synced
      to our new app Moments, where they will be able to view, download, or delete
      them.”
    •  
    • Facebook is offering
      an intelligent algorithm to help sort and share photos.
    •  
    • Those who don’t wish
      to move their photos to the Moments app, they can download a zip file of their
      synced photos on their computer, and also delete them from Facebook, it added.

     

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