Facebook’s photo album is being redesigned to show more people the photos they want to see, and a new feature to allow people to see and share those photos more directly.
On Wednesday, Facebook announced a new photo album format that lets people view and share photos they’ve liked, liked, and shared on Facebook without needing to navigate to a separate tab.
This will allow people who haven’t used the photo album for a while to see the photos without having to visit the Facebook app, where they’d have to swipe to reveal a new tab.
The new album format is part of the company’s effort to make the social network more user-friendly for everyone.
It’s a big change for Facebook, which has struggled to make its photo album more user friendly since the company launched the photo sharing app in 2014.
Before the redesign, the app only showed people photos they liked.
After the redesign came out, people started showing up to Facebook in a new way.
When people liked or shared photos, they could see those photos as they appeared on the album, or they could share them as they came in.
Facebook said the new format made it easier for people to discover new photos, as well as for people who like photos to find other people who liked them as well.
But many people aren’t happy with the new album, and some have already complained that the new design is limiting the sharing of photos they’d like to see.
Facebook also added a new “Share” button on the front of the new photo albums, which lets people post their own photo to the new version.
While Facebook said it wants to make it easier to share photos, it also wants to encourage more people to share their own photos, and the new photos will feature a new image-sharing option that’s similar to how people are sharing their photos.
People can share their favorite photos, which they can then share to the Facebook-owned Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.
Facebook will let people share their photos by pinning the image to their home screen, and will allow users to “like” the photo.
The new photo format is a bit of a departure for Facebook.
Last year, the company changed the way users could share their pictures on its photo sharing site.
Previously, photos were shared as “like, comment, and share,” with users able to pin the image on their home screens, or to their Facebook friends.
Facebook changed the format to the “Like, comment and share” feature, which means that users now need to visit Facebook to share a photo.
This change made it more difficult for people with limited Internet access to share more than a few pictures, and Facebook said that the changes made it harder for people without access to the Internet to share large numbers of photos.
This change was especially problematic for users who were using a photo sharing service that let people pin a photo to their homescreen or use it as a way to share content with others.
The change was made to encourage people to use these services, but Facebook was criticized for leaving out users with limited access to a photo hosting service like Google+.
Facebook’s photo albums are already available on its own app, Facebook Photos, which allows users to share photo albums.
This year, Facebook added a “Share With” button to its Facebook photos app, which can be found on the home screen.
The “Share with” button will let users share a number of photos that they like and share on Facebook, as long as they’re sharing the photo on Facebook.
The photo sharing feature will let Facebook users upload photos to their own account, which will let them post the photo to Facebook.