It’s been almost five years since Facebook rolled out its new Video Sharing feature, and it’s finally been rolling out to users worldwide.
Facebook says its video sharing feature will soon allow users to share videos on their Facebook wall, without a need to sign in.
In fact, Facebook says it is working on a new feature that will let users instantly share videos from their own Facebook pages.
Facebook also announced that it has launched a new “video” feed, where users can see what’s new in their Facebook feeds.
The new feed will allow users “to find videos, albums, and news, in the same way that they find news on their news feed,” Facebook says.
Facebook’s new video feed also lets users search videos by tags.
Users can search for a title and a description, or search for tags like “video,” “album,” “genre,” or “genre tags.”
The feed can also show trending videos.
Facebook is also rolling out a new video search feature to its newsfeed.
The video search can be used to find videos in the news that people are sharing, but it can also be used for content that’s more recent, like a new music video or a movie trailer.
“We want to let you know when a video has been shared,” Facebook writes in its blog post.
“If you like something you saw on Facebook, we’d love to know about it.”
In an interview with The Verge, Facebook CMO Nate Silver said Facebook has a lot of work to do before it can bring video sharing to the masses.
“The idea is that you can create a video and then post it in your news feed, which you could then view on your phone, but there are still some issues with how to make it as useful as a news feed for people,” Silver said.
Silver also said that the feature isn’t a silver bullet.
“It’s just the beginning of the work to make video sharing more accessible,” Silver wrote.
“I think that this is a big deal.
We’re going to be watching this space closely for a long time to come.”
Here’s how to use Facebook video sharing features.
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