The 2019 Facebook February Moments video is making its way out to users across the social network, compiling a familiar picture collage set to music…
The 2019 Facebook February Moments video is now appearing to Android and iOS users. Like its predecessors, the collection again features photos taken through the month, set to cheerful background music. This is part of an ongoing campaign to prod users to share more. And, it’s a continuation of the company’s efforts to get people to engage.
2019 Facebook February Moments Video Rolls Out to Android, iOS, Desktop
As with recent previous memories collections, the 2019 Facebook February Moments video comes at a time when the social network is battling against three big negative forces. The company continues to suffer from “context collapse,” or a lack of original content broadcasting. (This means users simply aren’t sharing as much as they did previously.)
Also, the social network’s user based has fallen. A recent survey conducted by Edison Research found Facebook is actually shrinking in two key ways. The study only collected data on U.S. users, which is the most lucrative market for the social site. And, it revealed 15 million fewer people using the network today than in 2017.
What’s worse, is the shrinkage comes in the 12- to 34-year old bracket, with the largest loss among teens and millennials.
Even more intriguing is the fact people aren’t altogether leaving Facebook. Instead, they are migrating over to Instagram, a subsidiary.
The last collection to appear was the 2019 Facebook January Moments video, which debuted about a month ago.
How to Get the 2019 Facebook February Moments Video
To get the Facebook February Moments video for 2019, simply open the app on Android or iOS, or visit the desktop site. Then, navigate to the Memories bookmark. If available, it will appear at the very bottom.
If it is not there, simply check back periodically over the next several days. It’s currently rolling out, so not all users will see it immediately. (Please note that Facebook only serves its collections spontaneously.)