If a picture is worth a thousand words, it’s time to save typing in comments on Facebook. A week after having adopted hashtags (and the time of the protests in Brazil, by the way), the social network has implemented another new feature: the ability to comment using only photos.
For those who have received the new profile appears an icon camera in space to comment on a publication. By clicking on this camera gives to select the picture to be published. In posting communicating the news, there is a step by step – illustrated, of course:
The new tool is the result of a company hackathon and, according to CNET, is available worldwide. Here, only gives to use in the comments of my own posts. And nothing GIFs (thanks, Jean Prado, for the latter information).
Updated at 16h41 with the bad news that there is support for GIF.
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