If you're an avid Facebook user, you'll be glad to know that the social network has enabled video replies to posts and status updates. The camera icon — which let you add photos in replies — now allows you to record and share videos as comments. The feature isn't available on the Windows 10 Mobile client just yet, but you can use it from the desktop.
The feature was developed at Facebook's 50th Hackathon, and is now available to all users worldwide:
At Facebook's 50th Hackathon early this year, we prototyped the ability to upload a video into comments and replies on posts, because we wanted enable more engaging and immersive conversations. This adds to the suite of multimedia features within comments including: links, photos, stickers, emoji, and starting today video.
Videos in Comments are now available worldwide! You can upload them as replies to posts by people and pages, as well as within groups and events. It's supported on desktop web, iOS, and Android. To try it out, click the camera icon next to the comment field!
Facebook has steadily added functionality to allow users to record and share videos on its platform. What do you guys think of video comments? Will you be using them on Facebook?
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