Facebook launched features that allow multiple people to upload photos to an album
Until now, Facebook users can only upload photos to albums by his own creation, but that will soon change thanks to the “Shared Photo Albums" has been introduced. This feature allows up to 50 people and upload photos to an album, and each one will be upload up to 200 images. Thus, a total of one album can hold up to 10,000 sheets, ten times the 1000 figure panels are applied today. You can imagine that after every outing with the agency or with the classroom, pictures of all the members will be in the same place, you (and peers, friends) will not need to browse all of this album for others to see more photos of the trip.
Facebook adds that the album owner can set three different modes: let everyone upload pictures, just let the person appointed (Contributor) and their friends share, or grant the right one for the person you specify only. Owners can also delete or edit, add information to the image in your album, who also have the right to share only correcting what they had only one.
Facebook spokesman confirmed Shared Photo Albums currently only applies to personal accounts but not for the groups and pages (Pages). It is known that the introduction of this feature based on feedback and suggestions from users as well as employees of Facebook.
Shared Group Photo Albums development that this feature has now been updated for a small group of Facebook users in English, then gradually applied to all accounts globally. In the future, Facebook is expected to develop other aspects of the Shared Photo Albums, such as extended limit of 200 photos each, enabling shared album on the mobile device.@10 months ago
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