Facebook's Year in Review is out, and it's going to make you feel all the feels.
The annual look-back compiles the most talked-about events in a variety of categories, including global topics, movies, TV shows, entertainers, athletes and places. To measure its popularity, the social network examined how often a given topic was mentioned in Facebook posts written between Jan. 1 and Dec. 1, 2015.
The top 10 global topics provide a fascinating window into the worldwide Facebook audience, and included the United States presidential election, the Syrian civil war and refugee crisis, the Nepal earthquakes and marriage equality. Each topic is expandable, and includes relevant Facebook posts from real users.
In order, they were:
1. U.S. presidential election
2. Nov. 13 attacks in Paris
3. Syrian civil war and refugee crisis
4. Nepal earthquakes
5. Greek debt crisis
6. Marriage equality
7. Fight against ISIS
8. Charlie Hebdo attack
9. Baltimore protests
10. Charleston, South Carolina, shooting and flag debate
Unlike Facebook's "Your Year in Review," which takes notable events and posts from a specific user's life, the "Year in Review" takes the temperature of people around the world at large, and presents a decidedly different — and often, more somber — picture than other end-of-year retrospectives.
"As 2015 comes to a close, we remember what was on our minds this year and the difference we made by coming together," Facebook wrote in a blog post publicizing the feature.
The video's conclusion shared a similar sentiment, ending with an image of the famous "like" thumbs up and the message, "Let's stand together in 2016."
See the full breakdown of top 10 lists here.