Social Network Enables a New Postmortem Management feature

Posted by on Dec 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

Social Network Enables a New Postmortem Management feature

Social Network Enables a New Postmortem Management feature In the prevailing era, most of us are addicted to social media. We can be easily called social media fanatics. Many of us may be wondering on the fact that what would be the fate of our social media profiles after our death. So, in order to answer your query, Facebook has introduced the Postmortem Management Feature. This feature gives you the liberty of choosing the fate of your social media profile after your death. Facebook recently introduced this new postmortem management feature which allows 1.35 billion Facebook users to decide the fate of their profiles when they are no more. Facebook has introduced a section called “Legacy Contact” which enables the Facebook users to choose the fate of their profile after they pass away. This feature is introduced very recently by Facebook and has been opened for the Facebook users to try out and see their response after using this unique feature. A Facebook user may choose a person who can gain control on their Facebook profile after they are dead. The chosen person may easily and lawfully access all the information, pictures, and videos from the dead user’s profile and keep it as a memorial profile which people may continue to access. The concerned person who has been given the charge may close the profile at any point in time as per his or her wish. At present time, Facebook is the most popular social networking site across the world and the site is being extensively used by billions of users to keep in touch with family and friends who are away from each other. Facebook now took that mighty initiative to immortalize the life experiences of individuals’ forever even years after they die. This would serve as a memorial to a dead person’s life events, friends, contacts and the experiences. Till now, the profile of the dead person could be retained and viewed but there were no options for managing that account with any kind of specific means. Now the newly introduced application would enable somebody to take a control on the deceased person’s profile and manage it. The concerned person can also announce the death through the deceased person’s profile so that the distant friends who stay in other countries may even know the grieving news of the death of the concerned person. The person who has taken the charge of the profile or the legacy contact would be able to present the profile of the deceased person as a “memorialized” timeline and the concerned person may receive friend requests, chat with the contacts etc. All the features of such a profile remain the same except for the fact that the profile would flash as “memorialized” atop. Another unique feature of this newly introduced facility enables a Facebook user during their lifetime to set the instructions that their profile should be purged after death. The reports reveal that there have been similar facilities which had been introduced by Google. Also, the Japanese version of Yahoo had introduced the postmortem management feature in the past. Post announcement of this fabulous and interesting feature, the users of Facebook are more than happy to have this new option in their kitty which may help them stay connected with Facebook even from the grave. This is an easy virtual way to remain immortalized for eternity. Facebook officials are more than happy to get the positive reviews of the end users of Facebook and are inspired to introduce many such interesting features for the Facebook users which would enable them to protect...

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