Facebook brought TikTok-like Short Videos feature inside its app, considering the TikTok ban in India and the proposed ban in the US. This new feature appears in the middle of News Feed, which works exactly like the popular TickTalk app in the swipe-up manor.
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Commenting on this, a Facebook spokesperson said in the email, (translated) “We are always testing new creative tools so that we can learn about how people want to express themselves. Short-fo videos are extremely popular and we are providing new ways for people to connect, create and share on Facebook with this experience. “
Let me tell you, recently Facebook has introduced the Reels feature on its Instagram platform to meet the shortage of TickTock and now it seems that similar features will be introduced for Facebook as well. We are not sure about the scope of testing of this feature, but we were able to get this feature in the latest version of Facebook on Android devices. Social media guru Matt Navarra gave the first information by tweeting that the social media company is testing this new ‘Short Videos’ feature in its Facebook app. This new feature is similar to TikTok’s video format, which includes swipe-up scrolls to watch the next video. We got this feature in our Facebook app, maybe a large number of this feature has been made available for Indian users. But it is also not possible to reach this feature for every Indian user, Facebook is testing it among users before commercial rollout. Let me tell you, the interface of this short video section of Facebook is largely similar to TicTalk, with comments and likes on the bottom right. Apart from this, the Create option has been placed at the top, which on the first click, the description with the new Facebook camera looks like “Create and share short videos, and explore new ways to express yourself.” The new short video feature allows users to place music on their recorded clips. Apart from this, you will also get the option of poses and records like TicTock in this new feature. After creating the video, you can share it in the in-app. Once the video is posted, you can see it in the ‘Short Videos’ section of your Facebook. Significantly, after TikTok was banned in India, Facebook recently introduced the option of Instagram reels, which provides a very similar TikTok experience in use. At the same time, Facebook has now introduced its new ‘Short Videos’ feature, after which you can also enjoy this feature on Facebook.
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