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Facebook continues to improve little by little and has just added a new functionality that now allows you to share the best posts of the previous month in your profile so that all your contacts can see it

This new feature is appearing to several users who have entered Facebook these days in both the mobile application of the social network and through the web. It is a good way to share with your Facebook friends the memories of the previous month.

These publications include photographs and any type of publication you’ve made during the past month, that is, everything you’ve posted during the previous month.

It should be noted that this functionality works in almost the same way that allows you to share a specific memory in “such day as today”with the difference that the latter only lets you share a publication made on a specific day a year or more years behind.

The sharing of memories from last month will at least start in your Facebook profile at the beginning of each new month because it coincides with the perfect days to share everything you published the previous month, in this case, in May.

As we discussed, this new Facebook functionality appears right at the beginning of your Facebook profile, as soon as you open it. If it does not, it should not take too many days to appear, but remember that if it appears and ignore you possibly it will not appear again.

The possibility that Facebook allows you to share the best publications of the previous month with your social network contacts is a good way to do a review for everything you did the previous month, ideally especially if you are one of those who make daily publications and That you will have in one place all your memories of the month that has already finished.

What do you think about this new feature of Facebook? Are you able to share memories from last month?

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