Facebook is rolling out a new feature Birthday Video Cam

Facebook is rolling out a new feature, “Birthday Video Cam” that allows you to send a 15-second video as a birthday wish to your friends and family.

The feature is currently available only to the iOS users. We can expect it to come to Android and other platforms over the next few weeks.


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How to use Birthday Video Cam to send a birthday wish video on Facebook?

  • To send a birthday video, you will have to open the profile of your friend using the Facebook app in iOS.
  • Then select the banner video prompt in the section where you enter the text followed by selecting the record option to record the video and share it.
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Courtesy: Facebook

It is very evident that the Facebook is currently using the video platform to bring in more personalization to the users. Because, in the past few months the company allowed the users to create a small video to mark certain anniversaries and occasions such as New Year day.

Besides that, Facebook has been testing the profile video feature for some time now. Profile video feature allows you to choose a small video clip as your profile instead of a static image.

If you are unable to find these features yet in your mobile, do not worry. They will be available to you very soon as one of the features mentioned in this post is still under testing while the other one is available only for iOS users.

Let us know what you think about this Birthday Video Cam feature in your comments below. Also tell us whether you would like to use Videos to wish and share information on Facebook.

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