Facebook Video Autoplay 2018

Keep in mind the days when Facebook Videos only played when you clicked them? If you want to go back to that far better age, all you need to do is toggle a couple of tucked-away Settings to quit the auto-play insanity - Facebook Video Autoplay.

Auto-playing Videos are frustrating at best (maybe you didn't want that video clip to begin playing in front of everyone in sight of your screen) and data-wasting at worst (maybe you really did not want to burn up that information on a video clip you didn't even really intend to view)-- so we completely comprehend if you want to place an end to it. Allow's begin with Facebook's mobile applications and after that relocate onto the desktop computer for complete insurance coverage.

Facebook Video Autoplay

How to Disable Auto-Play on Mobile Instruments

To disable auto-playing video on Facebook's mobile applications, we have to head over to the Settings menu. We're using iphone for this tutorial, yet the option is the same on both iOS as well as Android. Select the menu symbol to access your Settings.

Select "Settings" in the resulting menu.

Select "Account Settings" in the turn up menu.

Select "Videos and Photos" from the Account Settings menu.

Within the "Videos and Photos" menu select "Autoplay".

There you can toggle the Settings in between constantly playing regardless of the network, only auto-playing on Wi-Fi, and never ever. Select "Never Autoplay Videos".

How You Can Disable Auto-Play on the Desktop computer

No need to stop our war there - let's invest an added few seconds to do away with it on the desktop also. Log right into your Facebook account and also click the menu arrow in the upper right edge. Select "Settings".

Within the Settings menu, pick "Videos" from all-time low of the left hand navigation pane.

Within the "Video Settings" menu, pick the fall box next to "Auto-Play Videos" as well as toggle it to "Off".

With that said quick modification, auto-playing Videos are now a thing of the past.