Add Flickr, Delicious, and Picasa to your minifeed on Facebook

facebook_import.pngFacebook has added a feature which lets you populate your Facebook page with your data from Flickr, Delicious, Picasa and Yelp – without needing an extra application to do it.

To import activity from other sites into your Mini-Feed (and into your friends’ News Feeds), hit the  Import button on the top left of your Mini-Feed. You’ll get the option to chose which service to import from (see photo above).

The tool also lets you get information from Yelp – and Digg integration is on the way too.

A new way to share with friends [Facebook blog via CNET]

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