Disable Facebook Auto-play Videos

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Disable Facebook Auto-play Videos

Hello, guys, I am sure that you guys are getting irritated with Facebook’s new feature i.e. Facebook Auto-play videos with a most awaiting feature in which user can put 6-second video clip as profile picture which is in beta mode. Facebook is continuously working to make it more interesting and efficient.

Facebook uses lazy load to save your data consumption but on another hand whenever you scroll down and stumble upon a video, it starts playing which seriously consumes a huge data. Since we have small data plans and bandwidth it’s so hard to browse through Facebook. So for the users having small data plans, it’s very important to disable the auto-play feature to prevent huge data consumption. You can disable Facebook Auto-play videos in just a two-three taps within Facebook app and clicks within browsers.

Disable Video Auto-play within Facebook app


Step 1: Tap on the ‘Settings’ tab on the right side of the Facebook App.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap on ‘App Settings’ under Help & Settings section

Step 3: In the list, you can see the option ‘Videos Play Automatically’, it will enable by default, so disable it

Step 3: In the list, you can see the option ‘Autoplay’, tap it and Choose Never Autoplay Videos

Disable Video Auto-play within Browser
Facebook App – Autoplay option
Disable Video Auto-play within Browser
Facebook App – Never Autoplay Video

Disable Facebook Auto-play videos within Browser


Disable Video Auto-play within Browser
Disable Video Auto-play within Browser

Step 2: Navigate and click ‘Settings’ option

Step 3: From the left-hand navigation click last option i.e.“Videos”

Step 4: Here in Auto-play Videos section select OFF, it will enable by default.


Facebook planning a new advertising product including Auto-play Video ads which will drive more views. likes, comments and shares for the publishers. Social media Company said.

“Marketers will be able to use this new format to tell their stories to a large number of people on Facebook in a short amount of time — with high-quality sight, sound and motion.”