How Do I Send Videos On Facebook
Share the Web link
For sites that do not supply basic web link forwarding, replicate the LINK of the Websites having the video as well as paste it into a Facebook chat message. When the preview shows up, remove the pasted URL, and she'll still see the video web link when you send the message. The same goes with posting a video clip on her Timeline; after the sneak peek appears, you can safely delete the URL without getting rid of the web link.
Tag, You're It!
When you tag a friend in a Facebook post or comment, the website informs her. If someone else published the video to Facebook, tag her in the comment area by typing out her name and clicking her photo when it appears. After you submit your comment, Facebook notifies your friend of the post. Your friend may not be able to see the post if the initial poster has his personal privacy set to something besides "Public." If they're mutual friends, she's more likely to have gain access to.
Send out an Attachment
If the video is on your computer instead of on the web someplace, send it as an accessory. From within a Facebook chat window, click the gear icon to raise the Options food selection. Pick "Add Files" and also pick the video with the new Windows Traveler window. Provide Facebook time to submit the video. Your friend has to download the video to enjoy it. Share the video as an add-on on her Timeline by choosing "Photo/Video" in the publishing home window and afterwards clicking the white box with a plus indication to choose the video making use of Windows Explorer. All add-ons should be under 25MB. You can submit videos in a number of styles including MP4, AVI and also WMV. Facebook publishes a list of every accepted video style.
Within video Viewer
When seen from the video section of your or a friend's Facebook photos, videos display in a home window similar to the picture viewer. Click the "Tag a friend" button to do just that. Enter her name in the "Who Were You With?" text field and select her name when it appears. This has the same impact as identifying her in the video's remarks, only you're not writing a brand-new comment just to tag her.