You probably should remember Facebook Moments. The social network Facebook created by Mark Zuckerberg launched it in 2016. If you do not remember, or did not use it, okay. That’s because Facebook has announced that it will discontinue the service this year. After much insistence that users use it to share photos .
Facebook will discontinue Moments as of February 25 of this year. Perhaps due to the lack of active users or to be considered superfluous by the social network.
Also, creating albums to share with friends is a concept that exists in other, more popular apps. Google Photos, for example, does the same thing faster than Moments itself.
The announcement was made by Facebook via email and in a message sent in the application. It offers the possibility to access a dedicated page to download the photos and export them to your computer or smartphone.
You can export your photos and videos in two ways from the Moments application before the following date: February 25th. After that date, Moments will no longer be available. You can start exporting from any device. If you create private Facebook albums, you will see a link next to each moment that is ready to be viewed as a Facebook album. If you have downloadable files, you will see them here and we will also show the file sizes. To download a file, you will need to enter your Facebook password. For more information about managing your Moments account, visit the Help Center. Facebook, in a statement about the end of Moments.
Dealing with a host of issues, such as political interference and the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which involves personal data security , Facebook ends another service. The momentum of the company is turbulent.