How to Turn Off Facebook Autoplay

Keep in mind the days when Facebook Videos only played when you clicked on them? If you wish to go back to that far finer age, all you need to do is toggle a few tucked-away Settings to quit the auto-play madness - How To Turn Off Facebook Autoplay.


Auto-playing Videos are annoying at ideal (maybe you really did not want that video clip to begin playing in front of every person visible of your display) as well as data-wasting at worst (perhaps you really did not want to burn up that data on a video you didn't even truly intend to see)-- so we totally understand if you wish to place an end to it. Let's begin with Facebook's mobile applications and after that relocate into the desktop computer for overall coverage.

How To Turn Off Facebook Autoplay


The Best Ways To Disable Auto-Play on Mobile Devices

To disable auto-playing video clip on Facebook's mobile applications, we need to head over to the Settings menu. We're utilizing iphone for this tutorial, but the option coincides on both iphone and Android. Select the menu icon to access your Settings.


Select "Settings" in the resulting menu.


Select "Account Settings" in the pop up menu.


Select "Videos and Photos" from the Account Settings menu.


Within the "Videos and Photos" menu select "Autoplay".


There you can toggle the Settings in between constantly playing despite the network, only auto-playing on Wi-Fi, and also never ever. Select "Never Autoplay Videos".


The Best Ways To Disable Auto-Play on the Desktop

No need to stop our battle there - let's invest an added couple of secs to do away with it on the desktop also. Log right into your Facebook account as well as click on the menu arrow in the upper right corner. Select "Settings".


Within the Settings menu, pick "Videos" from the bottom of the left hand navigating pane.


Within the "Video Settings" menu, pick the fall box close to "Auto-Play Videos" and also toggle it to "Off".


With that said quick modification, auto-playing Videos are now a thing of the past.