Another day, another update. That’s right, Facebook has been making a lot of improvements these past few weeks (or months). This time, the social network tweaked the way photos are served on our mobile devices.
According to their official announcement, on both iPhone and Android devices, users can actually choose the order which they want to have their pictures uploaded. After selecting the photos, users will get have the option to see how they will appear on their newsfeed. At this point, they will be also prompted to add captions.
Just before posting the photos, users can also choose to re-order their images, just by tapping on one and dragging it further up or down the list. After publishing the story, it will appear as a collage of photos. Users may tap on a single photo and -by swiping left or right- navigate through the story.
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