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Facebook Scrapbook: Parents Can Create Photo Collections of Kids

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(Capital OTC) – Facebook policy forbids their users to be under the age of 13, but many parents have been trying, nevertheless, to make their children’s existence more present on the social network.

As the number one social platform in the world is known for regularly adding new features to please its usership, Facebook hasn’t let us down this time either. The newest option is called Scrapbook, and allows parents to build a collection of pictures that can be shared with family and close friends.

Scrapbook has already started to roll out in the United States on desktop, Android, and iOS. If you’re account has been updated to match the latest services, you could already start your first Facebook Scrapbook in just a few simple steps.

Log in, click on the About section, choose the Family and Relationships link, and voilà, there you should have the “Create a Scrapbook for Your Child” graphic. Facebook has taken care of everything, including a quick introduction in the Scrapbook process that helps you through the setup process.

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