This week, Facebook announced the new features, Live Video and Collage to a select percentage of people in the U.S with iPhones.

These two new social media tools allow users to bring photos and videos shared on Facebook to life in a new way.

Live Video allows viewers to see what users are filming in real time.

Collage allows users to “share the whole story” using both photos and video, by grouping photos and videos that were taken together into a scrolling, moving collage.

Collage works like this, according to Facebook:

When you tap on Photo, you will see recent moments from the camera roll organized into collages based on when and where the photos or video were taken.

Users can edit collages by adding, removing or re-arranging the photos and videos that they wish to include.

Collage will begin rolling out on iPhones today in the U.S and will be available on Android early next year, says Facebook.

The social media giant doesn’t indicate when the features will be available to Canadian smartphone users, but hopefully soon thereafter.

Live Video and Collage are the latest tools available from Facebook, as the company tries to continually improve user experience, online.

The tools follow in the footsteps of the recent changes in how information on the social network is displayed for those who hope to see less information being presented on their feeds from ex-relationship partners.

Learn more about live video and collage in Facebook’s Help Center.