Social media giant Facebook has reportedly added a 'shared photo album' feature to its site allowing users who have attended a particular event to throw in their photographs in one single album.
The new feature has been rolled out for the English-speaking users as of now and will be made available to rest of the users soon.
The feature allows users to make shared album and add up to 50 other people who have been to the same event and one person can upload close to 200 photos for a maximum of 10,000 images in a single shared album, CNN reports.
Users can also tag, edit or give captions to the photos they add while the album's creator can decide on the visibility and privacy settings.
However, users can only add individual contributors and there is no option to add entire network or base one on a specific shared gathering such as a concert or sporting event but one can allow their friends to add anyone else they like to the album.