Facebook is taking another move out of Snapchat's playbook
The social network now allows users to create "frames" or graphic overlays that people can add to their photos and videos. These frames can visually represent places such as cities, neighborhoods and landmarks, or they can be more specific as in the case of events, teams or "just for fun," Facebook wrote. For example, you can create a frame for your wedding so that you and your guests can add it to photos and videos of the big day
If you are familiar with Snapchat Geofilters, this is basically the same. Snapchat launched Geofilters for the first time in July 2014 and later that year began to let people create their own.
If you are interested in creating a Facebook framework for anyone to use, you just have to click here and download the templates to start. You can use your favorite design tool to create your frame, just make sure you create a PNG with a transparent background for each element, advises Facebook. All art must be "100% original". Once the frame is perfect, upload it to Facebook, and use the preview to see how it will look in different sizes, add details such as a location. Then submit it for review. Once your framework is approved, people can add it to the photos and videos they post on Facebook. You can also see statistics such as the number of times people used your frame. However, at this time, Facebook frames are still quite limited: people can only add frames to their photos by creating a profile photo or a video on the camera on Facebook. Facebook has some more extensive design guidelines on your page, in case you are planning to create your own frame.
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