Facebook is changing its design so users can swipe left and right to find photos.
But what does that mean for you?
Here are 10 key changes.
Swipe left or right to scroll through photos without opening Facebook app.
Facebook says this is an effort to reduce scrolling on Facebook, and users can now swipe left or top left on their screen to scroll.
But it doesn’t affect the way photos appear on the site.
For example, when you swipe left to view photos, Facebook shows a photo from a friend’s profile that has been viewed.
If you swipe right to close the photo, you can still see the original image.
You can also swipe left at the top or bottom of the screen to return to the previous view.
New swipe gesture for browsing photo albums.
Now you can swipe up or down on the top and bottom of your screen to browse your photo albums in the new swipe gesture.
When you’re browsing, you’ll see a list of photos that you can choose to see.
Tap one to start reading a photo, or swipe left again to delete it.
You’ll see the album as a list on your screen.
If the album isn’t open yet, tap “Preview” to open it. 3.
New option to hide photos you don’t want to see in your photo gallery.
You’ve probably already noticed this in your Facebook photos, and it’s a way to make photos more private.
To hide photos from your Facebook photo gallery, tap the icon in the bottom right corner of the photo you want to hide, then tap “Hide.”
You can hide photos by tapping the circle icon at the bottom of each photo, then tapping “Hide” once you’ve done that.
New settings for Facebook photos.
You have to swipe right on the bottom left corner of your Facebook profile photo to view the photo on your timeline.
Now, you have a few new options for viewing photos, including “Pin” and “View Favorites.”
To view a photo you’ve previously viewed, tap a photo in the top right corner and select it from the photo gallery with the pin icon.
You’re also able to pin a photo to your timeline by tapping a photo on the timeline, then “Pin.”
To edit a photo or delete it, you need to swipe up from the bottom on your profile photo, and then tap the “Edit” icon at top right.
New “Friends” feature that will let you find and add friends to your profile.
You will be able to add your Facebook friends from your profile, or from any Facebook app, and you can view your friends’ profile information and friends’ posts.
In addition, new friends are now displayed as friends of your profile in a new “Friends and Pages” section.
New photo sharing feature.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature that lets you upload and share photos.
The new feature allows you to share your photos from Facebook to Instagram, Flickr, Snapchat, and Facebook Groups.
When using Facebook, you will be presented with a “Share” button to share.
You simply tap the share icon to send the photo to friends.
Once you share a photo with a friend, that friend will see the photo in their Facebook News Feed and be able share it with other friends.
Facebook has expanded its photo sharing features to include photos from groups, pages, and Instagram.
When a user views a photo they may have shared, Facebook will show them a “View All” option in the photo settings.
The view all option lets you see the photos in your News Feed from the top of your photos and also from the right side of the timeline.
You also can view all photos from a group or a page.
You see all photos in Facebook News feed from the same location.
You may also view photos that are currently being shared from one or more accounts in Facebook.
Facebook also adds a new image sharing option for Instagram.
The Instagram photo sharing options include sharing from Facebook, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
Instagram has added a new photo sharing option that lets users share from their own profile photos, as well as from other social networks like Pinterest, Google+, and Flickr.
Facebook will soon add support for more third-party photo sharing apps.
Facebook’s new photo share functionality will be available to third-parties including Picasa, Picasa+, Picasa+ and Flickr, according to a blog post from Facebook.
It is not clear whether third- party photo sharing will also be added to Facebook’s photo sharing capabilities.
Facebook isn’t the only social network experimenting with new photo features.
Google’s photo feature is already available in Android and iOS apps.
You now have the ability to customize your Facebook timeline with different filters.
When editing a photo for your Facebook Timeline, you are able to choose different filters to display different content.
You don’t have to use the same filter for each photo.
The options are available to select different filter types like color,