The social network began testing its photo transfer tool in Ireland last December, with Google Photos being the only option, before launching in Nay in Canada and the US. It launched globally in June, and Dropbox and Koofr were added in September.

Steve Satterfield, director of privacy and public order, said in an updated newsroom post: “Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage provides a second area for storing, managing and collaborating with photos, videos and other data.”

Jeremy Milk, head of the Backblaze product marketing team, said in a blog post that current Backblaze B2 customers go to the Facebook Settings and Privacy menu, select Settings, go to your Facebook info, and next to “Copy your photos or videos broadcast “select the” Show “option and choose Backblaze.