If you’re one of those people who constantly use Facebook to socialise with friends, then chances are that you’ve had your own Facebook pictures cropped.
And for many, the issue is particularly hard to shake.
The new social network recently announced that it is cracking down on photos that are deemed inappropriate for the platform, and it is not the first time it has done so.
Earlier this year, the company also removed photos of celebrities from its app after complaints from users.
But the company has been more aggressive in its response to the issue than Facebook, which was less aggressive in removing photos that were deemed inappropriate.
The company has now introduced a new feature that allows users to upload their own photos, which are then shared with friends.
The process is similar to that of uploading a photo of yourself, and once the upload is complete, you will see a ‘new’ photo on your profile.
Once the photo is shared with a friend, the new photo can be removed from their profile.
Users can also upload images to Facebook that they have not uploaded before, and can then choose whether or not to share the image with their friends.