This year, Mark Zuckerberg already introduced the all new AI Bot for the messenger, Oculus Rift, and many other new features like the Live emoji for any post by which you can like, love and express your own facial expressions by these emoji. Last week Facebook updated the new emoji for messenger, which is kind of a flat design compared to the previous one, still it looks “okay-ish.” Finally, a new update hits with the addition of the uploading Video in the comment section right from your phone. Which is pretty amazing as well as it may kill a lot of RAM because of the integration.
By selecting the camera symbol underneath a series of reply and comment section— earlier it was just utilized to include a photo comment — you’re currently ready to transfer your own video on Facebook for the iOS and Android applications, and in addition on its general website. Though this feature was prototyped in a single day as a feature of the organization’s 50th HACKATHON early this year; however, it was sharpened to launch this feature officially in a few months.
Facebook engineer Bob Baldwin explaining that it was “no small feat to add support across interfaces and within two heavy traffic services, like comments and videos.”
Facebook has been increasing traffic worldwide, either on making profits or creating a business schedule for the investors. Through the last few years, many social media applications focused on video such as Live Streaming, Video Quality, and Now Video Comments. The increased video views have been helping Facebook to grow its share. Now with the new video comment feature it may ensure that the moving images (GIFs), Emoji, and Video is now rolling around throughout the internet.