Whether your Facebook feed is made up mostly of your friends and family, organizations you support or businesses you like, chances are these days it’s full of lots of video. That’s not surprising. Facebook users are posting almost twice as much video to Facebook these days as as they did last year!
In any given scroll through my feed, I might see a video dealing with current events, one or two from a friend’s daily life, several of cats or dogs doing funny things… You know how it is.
But we’re busy, and can’t possibly find time to watch all of these videos while we should be working. Fortunately, Facebook’s got us covered.
Next time you see a video you know you want to watch, but just don’t have the time, simply “save it for later.” Go to the top right hand corner of the video and click on the dropdown menu (the v looking carrot).
Then simply choose “Save video.”
That’s it, your video is now in your saved folder.
But where’s my Facebook shared folder?
Go back to your home page. On the left side of the screen, you’ll see your “favorites.” It’s in there.
Once you are in your Saved folder, you can watch, share, and/or delete it.