Facebook gifts a look back video to all users during the first 10 years of the social network. Now, even Mark Zuckerberg has also shared his Facebook movie.
On February 4, 2014, Facebook turned 10 and is celebrating its anniversary offering “A Look Back” video to all active users, which highlights their photos, status updates and monumental stories.
Over the past week, millions of users have shared their Facebook movie, but no video is more significant than that of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook.
Yes! The story of young Mark and the “behind the scenes” moments of the social network, having over 1.2 billion users has been shared by Zuckerberg himself on his wall.
In the movie, there’re few images, in which you can see Mark and his wife; the wedding day; a photo of the dog; the encounter with Barack Obama; some moments of development during the early stages of Facebook. In short, 10 years summed up in one minute between shared photos and status updates that have tens of thousands of “likes.”
To no surprise, the look back video starts with “You joined in 2004.” In 2005, Facebook blew up on American campuses while very few users landed on the community in 2006-07. The majority of Facebook users began to discover from 2008 onwards. The movie ends turning a taciturn boy who now shares his life with the largest social network on the planet.
FYI, you user can create your own movie “A Look Back” by following some simple instructions at facebook.com/lookback, and the result is often strong emotionally, however it depends how much you of your life was shared on the social network.