How To Edit Your Facebook ‘A Look Back’ Videos

ALookBackEdit650That was fast: Just one day after Facebook confirmed that it would allow users to edit their “A Look Back” videos, users are starting to see edit buttons in the top-right-hand corner.

However, the bad news for users who are unhappy with the photos and status updates that were chosen by the social network in their original videos may not be pacified, as replacement options are limited.

After clicking on the edit button on the A Look Back page, users are offered:

  • 18 options for the three slots in “My First Moments,” including the three that were already chosen by Facebook.
  • 16 options for the four slots in “My Most Liked Posts,” including the four that were already chosen.
  • 59 options for “Uploaded Photos,” including the 38 that were already chosen.

Readers: Will you edit your “A Look Back” videos?

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