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Celebrate your birthday in style on Facebook Stories

San Francisco, May 9, 2019-

Facebook on Thursday launched a new feature on its Stories feature that will help users add digital birthday cards, photos or videos to a story celebrating birthdays of their near and dear ones.

Nearly 500 million people use Facebook Stories every day.

“We’re launching birthday stories globally — a way for friends, family and everyone in your community to add digital birthday cards, photos or videos to a story celebrating your big day,” Jehan Damji, Product Manager at Facebook, said in a blog post.

To use this feature, just tap on the birthday notification, shoot or upload a photo or short video or use one of our digital birthday cards and you’ve instantly got a birthday wish.

You can even add a music sticker to give your story a “Happy Birthday” soundtrack.

“Then, your wish gets added to your friend’s birthday story, creating a personalized slideshow for them,” said the company.

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