Starting immediately, Facebook users will be able to embed their videos on websites and everywhere else. Up until now, the only way you could share Facebook videos was through copy and pasting the URL and hoping for the snippet to appear at the destination.
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Right now, users can chose to embed a video and then copy paste the code that appears on their screen. This is another move that shows Facebook‘s commitment to improving video experience. It’s also another hit against Youtube. Who will win?
Watch this space for more updates.
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