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Here’s How To Stop Videos From Automatically Playing On Your Facebook Feed

Finally! You can now procrastinate in peace.

1. You know when you’re going through Facebook and a video starts automatically playing.

It’s ten times worse when your computer speakers are jacked up to maximum, resulting in you becoming quite deaf for a couple of minutes.

Good news! A lot of Facebook users (but not all) now have a feature that can help stop this from happening.

2. Firstly, click on settings.

3. Then click on these two.

4. Silence, beautiful beautiful silence.

Thanks to @markaudiowave / @olivia_solon for finding this.

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Scott Bryan is the UK entertainment editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
 
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