Auto-playing Videos are irritating at finest (perhaps you didn't want that video to start playing before everyone in sight of your display) and also data-wasting at worst (perhaps you didn't intend to burn up that data on a video clip you didn't also really intend to view)-- so we completely comprehend if you want to place an end to it. Let's begin with Facebook's mobile applications and afterwards move into the desktop computer for complete protection.
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How You Can Disable Auto-Play on Mobile Instruments
To disable auto-playing video clip on Facebook's mobile applications, we have to head over to the Settings menu. We're using iOS for this tutorial, yet the alternative coincides on both iOS and Android. Select the menu symbol to access your Settings.
Select "Settings" in the resulting menu.
Select "Account Settings" in the pop up menu.
Select "Videos and Photos" from the Account Settings menu.
Within the "Videos and Photos" menu choose "Autoplay".
There you can toggle the Settings between always playing regardless of the network, just auto-playing on Wi-Fi, and also never ever. Select "Never Autoplay Videos".
How to Disable Auto-Play on the Desktop
No have to stop our battle there - allow's spend an extra couple of seconds to do away with it on the desktop too. Log into your Facebook account and also click the menu arrow in the top right edge. Select "Settings".
Within the Settings menu, choose "Videos" from the bottom of the left hand navigating pane.
Within the "Video Settings" menu, pick the fall box next to "Auto-Play Videos" and toggle it to "Off".
With that quick change, auto-playing Videos are currently a distant memory.