Now You Can Upload Video Comments On Facebook
The latest update of Facebook has made users delighted. Now, they can upload videos in the form of comments or replies to a particular post on Facebook. Previously, when Facebook allowed users to reply using pictures or stickers, it was a great innovation on the part of the social media giant. Given the fact that people have lesser and lesser time nowadays to type text and reply to something that may be well represented by a smiley or a picture, Facebook augmented its user experience by allowing pictures and stickers to be presented in the form of replies. And now, you can make video comments on Facebook too. Pretty good news, right?
Videos play a significant part of our social media lives now. We spend hours a day watching cute little animal videos to de-stress ourselves. Realizing the importance of videos in our lives, Facebook launched this new update in its 50th Hackathon this year to provide maximum convenience to all its billion users across the globe. Commenting with funny relevant videos increases the chances of visibility and attract more people towards your posts. Facebook always look towards boosting user experience. And this latest update of video comments on Facebook is totally aimed towards that direction.
How to upload video comments on Facebook?
There is nothing much to learn here. Just like you posted pictures in the comments section by selecting the camera icon, the same way you will be able to upload videos. For now, the update is only available for desktop users but very soon the video comments on Facebook is going to be extended to the iOS and Android users too. Hence, very soon, you will be able to crack your friends up with funny videos on their posts or in your own status updates with your mobile phones. Facebook is indeed working a lot to improve user experience it seems. It is now up to its the users to decide whether its worth it.
When this update rolls out for mobile phones, people are going to spend more hours in trying to find interesting videos as replies to the comments and posts on Facebook. So, are you going to be among them? Or this update is just another spark that will die out in time. Let us know what you think and put down your thoughts in the comments section provided below. Your feedback is most welcome. Have a great day!