Facebook lets you edit your Facebook Look Back video now

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This week, Facebook rolled out Facebook Look Out videos--an automatic, custom movie of your "best moments" since joining Facebook. If you're not keen on the selections made, you can go ahead and edit them before sharing.

First, view the highlights reel, if you haven't already, at https://www.facebook.com/lookback/. If you click the new "Edit" button above the video, you can select different photos for the first moments, most liked posts, uploaded photos, and photo grids sections of the movie.

My video wasn't that exciting at all, seeing as in the last six years I've only shared photos of food, children, and dogs...but if you're a big Facebook user, at least you can make the video more personalized. (The video is sort of like Google+'s Auto Awesome photos and videos, which included a year-in-review video, but I think the Google version, which is more customizable, is a little more awesome.)

[h/t Jezebel]

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