Facebook Auto Video

I like a funny animal video as much as the next individual, but when my Facebook and Twitter start overruning with video recipes, news clips, and ads that play instantly, it gets a little draining pipes. For me and my cellular phone information strategy, Facebook Auto Video.

But it turns out you can quickly disable video auto-play, both on the apps and on your desktop (because disabling one doesn't impact the other, FYI).

Do not worry, you can still decide to play videos, like the clip of those red pandas frolicking in the snow, as sometimes as you pick (14 in my case, but who's counting?).


 Facebook Auto Video


For desktop or laptop

1. Open up Facebook, then go to the Settings icon in the leading right corner of your browser. When a drop-down menu appears, click Settings once again.

2. From here, search for the Videos tab in the lefthand column.



3. Next, click on the drop-down menu beside Auto-Play Videos. Select Off.

For the Facebook app

1. Open the Facebook app and click on the Settings icon in the bottom best corner.

2. Choose Settings once again and after that Account Settings.

3. Click on Videos and Photos.



3. From here, click Autoplay and then pick Never ever Autoplay Videos. You can also pick On Wi-Fi Links Only if you're just planning to save information but otherwise do not mind autoplay.


Ways to disable video auto-play on Twitter for desktop or laptop.


1. Open Twitter and click Profile and Settings, represented by a small thumbprint of your profile picture in the top right corner.

2. When the drop-down menu appears, click on Settings.

3. Scroll down to Content and search for Video Tweets. Make sure package for Video Autoplay is uncontrolled.


How to disable video auto-play for the Twitter app.


1. Open the Twitter app and click on the Me icon in the bottom ideal corner.

2. Click the Settings icon, represented by a gear. Select Settings once again.

3. Go to Data.

4. From this menu, click Video autoplay and pick Never ever play videos automatically. Like with Facebook, you can also select Use wifi only if you're just wanting to save information.

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