Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg publicly ”liked” the site yesterday on his Facebook Timeline and traffic to Friendsheet shot up over the last day according to Techcrunch. While the mash-up of the two sites isn’t designed to become a direct competitor with the two social networks, the concept definitely provides a unique way to navigate through photos uploaded to Facebook.
The website Friendsheet acts as an application for Facebook; users simply log on to their Facebook account via www.friendsheet.com and the app pulls in the users’ latest photos and displays them in a style not unlike Pinterest.
How to Login in friendsheet
Go go home page of Freiendsheet click the “Login with Facebook” button, sign in Facebook if you haven’t, click the “Go to App” button, and click the “Allow” button, then you can see the latest photos of your timeline with a Pinterest-like display.
For every photo, you can click to zoom it, comment on it, share it, like it, or click on its author’s name to view more photos of his or her timeline.
Besides the timeline photos, you can also view the pictures of you or your friends as well as the albums from you or your friends. Besides the default output, you can also hide the photo comments and/or captions, but which will still be shown when you zooming them. Besides to view the existing pictures, you can also upload photos with captions and share them on your Facebook timeline.
Friendsheet application is designed and developer by Zach Allia. Zach Allia is also responsible for creating Facebook for Chrome, a Google Chrome extension that provides a unique way to interact with Facebook from the toolbar, and Pinterest Pro, another Chrome extension that enhances photos on Pinterest as well as provides shortcuts to common Pinterest user actions.