By the time you’ve finished your post on Facebook, you’ve likely been asked to “like” a video that was shared by someone else.
But a recent update to Facebook’s main stream video analytics app lets you use it to automatically watch videos from your friends.
The feature lets you quickly see who’s watching your post or comment, as well as a link to their Facebook account, if you want to follow up.
A Facebook spokeswoman said the new feature is available for both new and old users.
Facebook’s video analytics are now in place for all new users and will remain in place, the spokeswoman said.
This means that if you have more than one friend, you can watch videos in the app with all your friends at once.
If you’re already a Facebook user and want to share videos on your main stream with someone else, you’ll have to open the app first.
That means you can’t just share videos from friends you already follow or have already liked, or even videos you’ve watched.
The new feature will automatically watch the videos that are shared, but you can also tell it to not watch the posts and comments that are not in your friends’ News Feed, and to only watch the ones you share from your News Feed.
Facebook says it has worked with its partners and users to make the new tool as simple as possible for new users.
It also says the new features will only work for people who have Facebook accounts and are already on Facebook.