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After testing the feature with a few users, Facebook has now launched "Watch," a redesigned video platform for creators and publishers for every US citizen using Facebook.


According to a Techcrunch report on Tuesday, "Watch" will be available on your Facebook application for phones, on its site on computers and TV applications. Users in the United States will now be able to access the new Watch feature, either through the phone navigation bar and desktop bookmarks on the desktop.


Facebook also offers a range of different video discovery options, including programs and serials such as "Today's Spotlight", "New This Week", "Popular Now", "What Friends Are Watching", "More Talked About", "Suggested For" You "," 10 Minutes Or More "and yet the place is still vacant for many other programs.


The report said that Facebook currently highlights mainly the reality shows that partners produce collectively because they are cheap and do not require specific scripts.

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hmmm did not know about this, seems like the video platform is getting more and more ahead. People like to watch things more than read about them. thx for info ;)