#AceSocialNews – July.21: Facebook now lets Pages post ‘secret’ videos, introduces Video Library for managing content
The Next Web / Napier Lopez
Facebook has been strengthening its video chops recently as it becomes an increasingly notable competitor to YouTube, and today it’s providing new tools for Page admins to customize how they distribute video content on the platform.
First up, admins can now post ‘secret’ videos. It’s similar to YouTube’s ‘unlisted’ function, such that you can only access the video with a direct URL.
This allows you to share a video privately, or to embed it on another site without it showing up on your Page’s feed or anywhere else on the social network. There are also a new set of customizations…
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