Facebook has launched a new tool to make its users easily share their photos straight to other Web-based services. The tool has made to feel free and easy to share images without going through a long process. This new tool has started its voyage in Ireland. As a part of testing the tool is letting the users share their images and videos directly on to Google Photos.
If you are a Facebook user residing in Ireland, you can access this new tool in the Facebook settings within your Facebook information. You can also download your information from the same section of the Facebook app. Facebook, the company, is now in a plan to roll it out to the other countries by 2020.
Facebook About the Tool
Steve Satterfield, Director of Privacy and Public Policy at Facebook wrote something about it in a blog post .“We've kept privacy and security as top priorities, so all data transferred will be encrypted and people will be asked to enter their password before a transfer is initiated,".
Facebook affirms that they take the security and privacy of the users seriously. Therefore, all the data transferred using it will be encrypted and users will be required to enter their password before the transfer is initiated. The company also had discussions with the Policymakers, regulators, academics, from UKFacebook has launched a new tool to make its users easily share their photos straight to other Web-based services and Germany to Brazil. They said It was to ensure privacy and what all the users can share.
Let's take a look at the implementation. The new tool is built on a code developed through the company's partnership with the Open Source Data Transfer Project. This includes other tech companies such as Apple, Microsoft, Twitter, and Google. Don't distrust the words as these were from a great tech jumbo.
Facebook's new tool comes at a time when regulators investigating its data collection methods. However, this will be an easier method for users. It, of course, minimizes the long tussle work into a simple one.