The most popular and used feature of Facebook is now rolled out for computers. Facebook New Update lets users go live from desktop and laptop computers. Now desktop users can find the “live video” button at the top of your News Feed. Now go live from your desktop computers as well.
Facebook New Update Lets You Go Live from Desktop and Laptop Computers
Now the question is, how to go live from desktop computers? So, the procedure is so simple, it is same as you go live from your mobile. First of all click on “Live video” button. You can follow the prompts to add a description and select your audience, before beginning your broadcast.
Facebook said about this update:
“We’re excited to announce that, as of today, people around the world can broadcast live video to Facebook from their desktop or laptop computers. While it’s been possible for people to go live to Facebook from mobile devices since last year, desktop or laptop computers provide a stable camera setup that can be beneficial to many types of Facebook Live broadcasts — from Q&As to vlogs to tutorials to any broadcast from someone who isn’t on the move.”
Recently, Facebook has launched its own complete stories feature in the App; pioneered by Snapchat. Facebook Rolls Out ‘Facebook Stories’ Feature for All. The update has landed on many Facebook user’s accounts. Facebook announced this its stories feature in today’s update.
Facebook is also in a process to launch most requested, dislike button. According to some resources, initially Facebook is testing these options and it is not clear yet that when they are going to be launched. As everything on Facebook we don’t like and sometimes only the emoji of Sad or Angry doesn’t convey our emotions to the post hence, users were keenly waiting for it.
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