For many, 2016 has been a year we’d rather forget. Unfortunately Facebook, purveyor of fake news and sometimes Debbie Downer of the internet, hasn’t gotten the memo. Today, the company unleashed its annual “Year in Review” videos to its users, but a number of people have already taken to social media to complain about their video’s lackluster, insensitive, or forgettable moments.
— Nick Hennen (@tweetbrk) December 8, 2016
So naturally, folks who haven’t been able to view their own video yet aren’t too upset.
Facebook's #yearinreview told me, "Sorry, we aren't ready for you."
Who really is ever ready for me? #imnotmad
— Abby Howard (@ababby381) December 8, 2016
Of course, that’s not the case for everyone. Some have taken to Twitter to genuinely thank Facebook for their Year in Review video (and share it again, too).
The video does share an interesting stat, though: how many things you’ve liked on Facebook over the calendar year.
— John Lavin (@MrJohnLavin) December 8, 2016
For comparison, I liked more than 5,000 posts, photos, and articles on the social network, according to my Year in Review, which was a slideshow of mostly selfies and photos I’d been tagged in.
To view your own Year in Review video, you can click here.