To Boost Video Views, Facebook Tests A New “Watch Later” Button

To Boost Video Views, Facebook Tests A New “Watch Later” Button

By Ingrid Lunden Video has been one of the fastest-growing content categories on Facebook of late, with 4 billion daily video views on the site as of last quarter. Now, the social network wants to expand that even more. Facebook has confirmed that it has quietly started to test a “Watch Later” button for videos on the desktop — a little tab that appears as an overlay in the upper… Read More

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