Facebook Year In Review: The Good, The Bad And The Worst Of 2015

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The most anticipated video of the year is finally here – Facebook’s Year In Review shows major events of the year 2015.

As 2015 draws to a close, we are releasing our annual Facebook Year in Review — the lists of what people have been talking about most around the world, from politics to foreign policy, from movies to entertainers.Many events on this year's top topics list year are tragic – including multiple terrorist attacks in France and the war in Syria. Yet in the face of these difficult times we saw people come together on Facebook to help one another. People found connections in the hardest moments — and came together in ways we had never seen before, sharing news about refugees, raising money for those in need and marking themselves safe during times of crisis. We also saw more than 76 million people engaged in the US presidential campaign – with almost a full year to go. It was a year for activism and hope — and Star Wars even before the movie was released. The full lists are athttp://yearinreview.fb.com. Our own video reviewing the biggest topics on Facebook in 2015 is below. Thank you Savannah Guthrie, NBC and The Today Show for helping us look back at 2015, with early best wishes for 2016 to all.

Posted by Sheryl Sandberg on Wednesday, 9 December 2015

2015 is quickly winding to a close, and it's time to recall the good and bad that happened in these 12 months. Facebook, like every year, continues its trend of wrapping up the year in a video.

But that’s not all — Facebook lets every member have a look at their yearly events as well. A user's personalized year in review is a collection of the highlights of that person’s year share on Facebook. The users have the right to decide the privacy setting of their video depending on who they want to share it with.

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