A new feature in Facebook, introduced on Tuesday, called Scrapbook, can be used to tag and create scrapbook of your kids. It allows Facebook user to pull together the photo of children using a special tag to create and share with others. The optional feature allows only the user to tag and create the scrapbook. If the users want to co-own the the scrapbook, they can also add the partners.
Facebook Product Manager, Dan Barak, a new father got the idea of scrapbook when he was uploading photos of his own son. In a post in Facebook newsroom, Dan writes that a survey found that 65 percent of parents tagged their partners to share the photos of their kids. Following video explains how it works:
The scrapbook can only be co-owned with only the person who is in a relationship. If you haven’t updated your relationship status, you can only be the person who can edit the tags of your kid.
The tag can be anything from name or any other nicknames.
How to start scrapbook of you child?
Here is the step-by-step process to get started:
- Go to profile
- Click on "About"
- Click on "Family and Relationships"
- Click on "Get Started" in the invitation to create a scrapbook
- If you already have a child in your profile, you can click on "Add Scrapbook" next to the child’s name.
The feature is rolling out in USA on March 31, 2015 in Facebook for desktop, iPhone and Android phones.
Dan adds, "This project is a labor of love — my team built it based on our own experiences and what we learned from other parents."
Image and video credit – Facebook