Get ready to click that untag button, ladies and gents.
Facebook is going to post your most unflattering moments in high-definition for all your friends (and since the privacy updates keep changing, pretty much all the users) to see. According to their official blog, you can now upload pictures with higher resolution. Not only will your pictures be clearer, we’re excited that now we’ll be able to download them and reprint them at your leisure without having the fuzzy Internet picture quality. The photos are going from 720 pixels to 2048 pixels, meaning they’re eight times larger. That means the picture of you dancing on the table with that horrible look on your face will now be clear enough to show your yellow pit stains.
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There are some changes to be excited for. The photo viewer is also radically changing from that grid like structure of thumbnail sized photos that you squint at to look. Now it’s going to look a little something like this (and no, we don’t know the couple in the photo):
And, another updated feature is that you can now edit information while you upload last nights shenanigans.
So now you can Facebook stalk your frienemies in high definition and really find out those minute details of their lives.
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