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According to Mashable, Facebook is introducing a new video app for those age 21 and under.

Lifestage asks users questions about themselves that they answer with short videos which can then be shared with others. But to make sure that it stays an app for young people, Lifestage will only let them use it up to 21 years old. After users turn 22, they’ll only be allowed to see their own profile. The app was created, appropriately enough, by a Facebook product manager who’s all of 19 years old.

That’s smart because young people consider Facebook itself to be for their parents.