Facebook and Instagram create a 2021 summary for its users Facebook and Instagram create a 2021 summary for its users

Facebook and Instagram create a 2021 summary for its users

Facebook and Instagram create a 2021 summary for its users  Facebook and Instagram, two applications owned by Meta, launched a new feature called "Year in Review" which contains a summary of activities in one year carried out throughout 2021 by users.  According to TechCrunch, Friday, on the Facebook app, users can share personalized “Year Together” cards directly by Facebook.  On the card there are a lot of friends, places, the most influential people, to the feelings that users share most often on the Facebook application throughout 2021. The  feature is starting to be released today and will be available until December 30, 2021 globally so that all netizens can share a summary of their experiences. one year in 2021 without being hampered by distance and time.  Then on Instagram, the same thing will be able to be shared through IG Stories via a time capsule called “Playback”. This feature relies on an archive of stories shared over the past year.  Users can actually choose as many as 10 stories themselves to fill the time capsule and finally share it with their followers or friends on Instagram.  The feature is now available in the United States and will be available to other global users in the next few weeks.  The trend of sharing a summary of one year towards the end of the year has actually been carried out collectively by Instagram users and other social media independently.  In the past few years, Instagram users, for example, have been busy uploading a summary of the nine most-liked uploads as part of the summary of the past year.  To make it easier for users, this year Instagram and Facebook took the initiative to automatically present the annual summary. The new features of Facebook and Instagram are fully customizable so users can add or remove content and posts of their choosing.  Meta notes that these two features will be rolling out in the next few days to all users worldwide. The launch of the “Overview of the Year” feature is becoming increasingly popular thanks to Spotify's annual “Wrapped” experience that is shared widely on social media every year.  Samsung is ranked fourth in the Digital Inclusion Benchmark WBA 2021  A South Korean technology company, Samsung, announced that it was ranked fourth in the Digital Inclusion World Benchmarking Alliance (WBA) 2021. This  position was achieved by Samsung among 150 other companies at the global level thanks to the contribution of the private sector in supporting sustainable industries.  In a press release on Thursday, Samsung said that this achievement has increased because in 2020 the Samsung company occupies the tenth position in the WBA ranking.  The WBA represents an alliance of more than 200 global, regional and local organizations to build on the private sector's contribution to achieving the Sustainable Development Goalsfrom the United Nations.  The WBA examines companies with a focus on seven main categories, including human rights, the environment, and digital inclusion.  The WBA launched the first Digital Inclusion Benchmark last year, which evaluates a company's progress in increasing access to technology, enhancing digital skills, encouraging trustworthy use, and innovating openly and ethically.  Samsung is being judged for its efforts in digital responsibility as the company has established the ethical principles of artificial intelligence (AI).  Recognizing the importance of emphasizing social and ethical responsibility in technology development, Samsung established a set of ethical AI principles to put into practice.  Samsung strives to bring accessibility to its products, enhancing it with technology that makes it easy for all users to use.  One of the technologies highlighted by the WBA is Samsung's SeeColor 1 app.  The app was created to help those with color vision deficiency (CVD) through color adjustment so that they enjoy a better, color-optimized viewing experience on Samsung TVs.  In addition, Samsung's program in Korea, namely C-lab Outside, which is designed to encourage the startup ecosystem, has also been highlighted for its social contribution activities, while Samsung's dedication to supporting digital education has also received recognition.  With the vision of “Together for Tomorrow! Enabling People”, Samsung has and will continue to operate social contribution activities focused on the education and growth of youth for their sustainable development.  In its global program, Samsung presents an innovation center called the Samsung Innovation Campus (SIC) to provide support in the form of job opportunities in the field of future technology.  As a company that develops products and technologies that make life easier for users, Samsung will consistently promote digital responsibility.  In the future, Samsung remains committed to making it easier for people to access and use a variety of digital technologies that are convenient and useful.

Facebook and Instagram create a 2021 summary for its users


Facebook and Instagram, two applications owned by Meta, launched a new feature called "Year in Review" which contains a summary of activities in one year carried out throughout 2021 by users.

According to TechCrunch, Friday, on the Facebook app, users can share personalized “Year Together” cards directly by Facebook.

On the card there are a lot of friends, places, the most influential people, to the feelings that users share most often on the Facebook application throughout 2021. The

feature is starting to be released today and will be available until December 30, 2021 globally so that all netizens can share a summary of their experiences. one year in 2021 without being hampered by distance and time.

Then on Instagram, the same thing will be able to be shared through IG Stories via a time capsule called “Playback”. This feature relies on an archive of stories shared over the past year.

Users can actually choose as many as 10 stories themselves to fill the time capsule and finally share it with their followers or friends on Instagram.

The feature is now available in the United States and will be available to other global users in the next few weeks.

The trend of sharing a summary of one year towards the end of the year has actually been carried out collectively by Instagram users and other social media independently.

In the past few years, Instagram users, for example, have been busy uploading a summary of the nine most-liked uploads as part of the summary of the past year.

To make it easier for users, this year Instagram and Facebook took the initiative to automatically present the annual summary. The new features of Facebook and Instagram are fully customizable so users can add or remove content and posts of their choosing.

Meta notes that these two features will be rolling out in the next few days to all users worldwide. The launch of the “Overview of the Year” feature is becoming increasingly popular thanks to Spotify's annual “Wrapped” experience that is shared widely on social media every year.

Samsung is ranked fourth in the Digital Inclusion Benchmark WBA 2021

A South Korean technology company, Samsung, announced that it was ranked fourth in the Digital Inclusion World Benchmarking Alliance (WBA) 2021. This

position was achieved by Samsung among 150 other companies at the global level thanks to the contribution of the private sector in supporting sustainable industries.

In a press release on Thursday, Samsung said that this achievement has increased because in 2020 the Samsung company occupies the tenth position in the WBA ranking.

The WBA represents an alliance of more than 200 global, regional and local organizations to build on the private sector's contribution to achieving the Sustainable Development Goalsfrom the United Nations.

The WBA examines companies with a focus on seven main categories, including human rights, the environment, and digital inclusion.

The WBA launched the first Digital Inclusion Benchmark last year, which evaluates a company's progress in increasing access to technology, enhancing digital skills, encouraging trustworthy use, and innovating openly and ethically.

Samsung is being judged for its efforts in digital responsibility as the company has established the ethical principles of artificial intelligence (AI).

Recognizing the importance of emphasizing social and ethical responsibility in technology development, Samsung established a set of ethical AI principles to put into practice.

Samsung strives to bring accessibility to its products, enhancing it with technology that makes it easy for all users to use.

One of the technologies highlighted by the WBA is Samsung's SeeColor 1 app.

The app was created to help those with color vision deficiency (CVD) through color adjustment so that they enjoy a better, color-optimized viewing experience on Samsung TVs.

In addition, Samsung's program in Korea, namely C-lab Outside, which is designed to encourage the startup ecosystem, has also been highlighted for its social contribution activities, while Samsung's dedication to supporting digital education has also received recognition.

With the vision of “Together for Tomorrow! Enabling People”, Samsung has and will continue to operate social contribution activities focused on the education and growth of youth for their sustainable development.

In its global program, Samsung presents an innovation center called the Samsung Innovation Campus (SIC) to provide support in the form of job opportunities in the field of future technology.

As a company that develops products and technologies that make life easier for users, Samsung will consistently promote digital responsibility.

In the future, Samsung remains committed to making it easier for people to access and use a variety of digital technologies that are convenient and useful.

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