It’s easy to share a memorial photo.
It’s even easier to share it on Facebook.
The Wall St. Journal reports that Facebook is looking to help with this process by offering its own tool to help you create memorial photos.
Facebook allows you to choose a photo of the memorial, and then select the memorial from the photo gallery.
If you’re using a Facebook account, the tool will automatically select the photo that best reflects your memorial.
But if you’re not using Facebook, the Facebook app will automatically choose a memorial from photos you post on Facebook as well.
“We’re looking to make this even easier for people to share photos on Facebook,” said Mark Cieslak, a Facebook engineering manager, in a statement.
Facebook also recently added an option to let users set their memorial photos to automatically disappear after 30 days.
“By automatically removing photos after 30 minutes, people can be sure that their memories are being remembered,” he said.
Facebook isn’t the only social network to offer memorial photos for users.
Instagram, Pinterest, and Tumblr all offer memorial photo options.
Facebook has also recently introduced a memorial album feature.
This option lets you choose from several photos from the memorial album, including photos you’ve taken at your memorial, photos from family, and photos from friends.
But the tool is limited to memorial photos only, and the feature isn’t available to memorials created after March 20.
In the meantime, you can share photos from Facebook and Instagram to your Facebook wall, Instagram group, or Twitter feed.
You can also create memorial albums on Instagram and Facebook.