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Facebook makes 360 photos much better with one small update

Sharing 360 photos on Facebook is a nifty way to make your friends feel jealous of all your cool vacations, but taking and posting them can be a bit of a pain. But at least a couple of pain points are being addressed today. You can now select the ‘intiial’ view for your photo. It’s a small but very welcome change; it’s pretty annoying taking a 360 photos of a cool scene and then having Facebook default to a boring angle on the other side instead.
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