Yesterday, Monday, the American social networking site Facebook launched a new feature for its users around the world regarding the protection of all their posts on its platform.
The feature allows “Facebook” users to archive their posts and notes, and transfer them a copy of that data to the “Google” document editor (Google Docs), “Word Press” and “Blogger” sites.
The feature is an extension of a tool issued by the company “Facebook”, last year, which allows users to transfer their photos from its platform to “Google Photos”.
With this feature, “Facebook” users have the option to keep a copy of the content linked to their accounts, according to “Sputnik”.
To take advantage of this new tool, you must first open the settings in the account and then click on “Your Facebook Information”, then choose “Transfer a Copy of Your Information”. Then the user has the option to choose the destination to which he wants to transfer the data, whether it is (Google Docs Or “Word Press” and “Blogger”) and then click on the “Transfer” button.
The new feature is part of the Data Transfer Project, an initiative to share data across companies that was launched in 2018, with the aim of allowing the user to seamlessly transfer data across various services and platforms over the Internet, and other companies are participating in that project, such as Apple and Google. And “Microsoft” and “Twitter”, as they provide tools for exporting data similar to those found in “Facebook”.
The feature is suitable for users who want to share specific posts or notes that they have created via “Facebook”, but it must be noted that the transferred data will not lead to archiving comments received from other users, as Facebook is considered as belonging to a separate account.