Facebook allows you to comment using GIF

Facebook has added the ability to comment on a custom button that differs from commenting in a picture or by an expression on a social network application or website.

The feature works on personal account postings only now and we do not know whether it will be available on public pages as well. The way it works is as simple as chatting. Clicking on it shows you suggested animations or you can search with a keyword to view related key images and by clicking any selected image and inserting it into a comment that does not automatically work but needs a click as with the publications that Contains animated images.

People like to use moving pictures to express their feelings. On Facebook, 25,000 images are sent every minute, averaging 13 billion images of Jeff last year alone, and only New Year’s Eve saw 400 million animated images.

Why Facebook is so late today? Today, in conjunction with the 30th anniversary of the launch of the GIF format, it has become available to about 1.8 billion users to express their opinion in a new way different from words, images, Videos, emoticons.




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