Facebook Announces Changes to Photos Section
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Facebook has announced upcoming changes to the way users’ photos are presented on their timelines. “Now when you click Photos at the top of your timeline, you’ll see larger pictures that fill up the page,” the company said in a statement. “You can use the menu to find shots you’re tagged in, pictures you’ve shared and albums you’ve created.” Although the press release does not say so in express terms, the screenshot above suggests that all images will - rather disappointingly and incomprehensibly - be cropped to square format, regardless of their original aspect ratio. The changes are being rolled out gradually.
Facebook Press Release
A More Beautiful View of Photos
July 30, 2012
Today we’re announcing improvements to the photos section that make viewing photos more enjoyable.
See bigger photos
Now when you click Photos at the top of your timeline, you’ll see larger pictures that fill up the page. You can use the menu to find shots you’re tagged in, pictures you’ve shared and albums you’ve created.
Showcase photos you like
With your Facebook photos all in one section, it’s simple to show friends your favorites. Click the star button to make important photos stand out.
We’ll continue to improve the experience and then begin rolling out globally. To learn more about the tools you can use to make your photos look better, visit the Help Center.