[Published on: Dec 8, 2014] Millions of people use Facebook every day to connect with the people and things that matter to them most. Your friends are at the core of your Facebook experience, and Facebook always looks for new ways to help you celebrate those friendships. So, Facebook recently announced the Say Thanks feature which is an experience that lets you create personalized video cards to say thanks to your friends on Facebook for their fantastic friendship.
You might be seeing the Say Thanks video on your timeline created by your other friends. So, if you’re are also thinking to say thanks to your close friend, significant other, a relative, a coworker, an old friend or anyone else in your life, then with the help this new Facebook feature, you can celebrate your friendship by sharing a Say Thanks video with them.
Creating a Say Thanks Video on Facebook
Lets know, how can you create the Say Thanks video for your Facebook friend.
So, to create a Say Thanks video card for any of your specific friends, just log into your Facebook account and visit facebook.com/thanks. Here, you will find the list of friends, a video box, a video theme, and photos.
So, click on the name of friend for whom you wanna create the Say Thanks video. After that, select the appropriate theme and choose the photos you want to include in the video to memorize the old moments with that friend.
Finally, when you selected the appropriate theme, added the best photos and created the video perfectly and ready to make it live, then just click on Share button to post it on your timeline so that your friends can see that you’ve created a Say Thanks video for someone and for whom you’ve created this video will be automatically tagged in the video.
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Say Thanks is rolling out today globally on both desktop and mobile in English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Turkish.
So, enjoy saying thanks to your friends and celebrate your friendship 🙂
Editor’s Note: This is an old article. It was originally published in Dec 2014. So, it’s possible if any feature or service mentioned in this article is not working right now.