In more than one and half hundred countries Facebook has operated reels
TikTok has become very popular all over the world in a short period of time due to the opportunity to create and exchange small size videos. And that's why Meta, the parent company of Facebook, has announced the launch of Reels feature in more than one and a half hundred countries to give the opportunity to exchange short videos in the form of TikTok.
A maximum of 60 seconds of video can be exchanged using this feature. If you want, you will also get the opportunity to make new videos with the combination of videos made by others. Not only that, the producers will be able to exchange their own video releases as well as storage and watch features.
Reals feature will be seen next to the live, room, group on Facebook's newsfeed. By clicking on it, you can exchange videos as well as watch other reels videos. Facebook will show banner and sticker ads in the video exchanged on the reels. They will also pay the video makers from the advertising revenue. Not only this, with the help of video makers you can earn money directly by displaying sticker ads at the bottom of the video. Facebook also has plans to show ads across the screen of the Reels video. If all goes well, advertisements will be seen across the video screen in a few days. As a result, the amount of income will also increase.
In 2020, Meta launched its own photo and video exchange networking service, Reals Feature, on Instagram. The feature has been launched for Facebook in several countries, including the United States, since last year. This time more than 150 countries around the world will have the opportunity to use the feature. Metal CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a Facebook message, "Reels is already one of our fastest growing content formats, making it accessible to all users around the world today."
However, the reels feature of Facebook has not been launched in Bangladesh till this news was written.
Source: Reuters, NDTV