Facebook has gone through some big changes since it had it had the data privacy breach issue that happened last month. A lot of changes were based on data security and others, on reforming how the company handles its user’s data. That, however, is not going to stop them from taking out new features to keep its users hooked.

The company has just announced that they will be offering a better way to create and save memories, by offering a cloud storage service. The change can be seen in its Facebook Camera that is in-app. After taking a picture, the app will ask you if you want to save your pictures on the cloud, rather than on your device and users can only see their photos and videos after they have logged in to the app.

Next is the ability to share voice using the in-app camera as Voice Post, which the company has mentioned is a more intimate way to connect with your friends.

Lastly, is an archive feature which will allow you to save your Facebook Stories so you can always go back to it whenever you need to.

Some of you might feel like this is a way for Facebook to profit over your photos, videos and now, your voice, but Facebook has and still is in the hot water for what happened previously. However, at the end of the day, it is really up to you and how much information you would want to share on your social media accounts and if you can put your trust in Facebook once again.

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