Facebook introduces ‘On This Day’ to relive life one year ago

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On This Day in Facebook

Courtesy: TheNextWeb.com

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s not available to everyone just yet, but Facebook has introduced a new feature to let you see what you were doing exactly one year ago today.

Select users can visit facebook.com/feed/todayinhistory to see content from their news feed 365 days ago. It’s also available by hitting the downward arrow under the “News Feed” and selecting that option. (If Facebook hasn’t rolled it out to you yet, you will not see the option.)

On This Day in Facebook

Courtesy: TheNextWeb.com

“On This Day” is displayed on a header photo along with everything that happened that day in history.

Earlier this month, Facebook rolled out Graph Search to all users and is also working on adding the “new” news feed to everyone across the globe.

TheNextWeb.com reports Facebook doesn’t appear to have the items appear in chronological order, which is another reason the option is still in beta testing.

If it’s available to you online, it’s also available on your iOS app, the website reported.

There’s no word when the feature could be rolled out to all users on the social site.

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