How to download Facebook video? Know step by step process

How to download Facebook video? Know step by step process

If you have liked a video on Facebook and you want to download it, then this news is of your use. Here we will show you a way with which you will be able to download the video easily. Let's know the whole process.

In today's time, Facebook has become a source of entertainment, not just for talking to friends. Millions of people watch videos on this platform. Obviously, you must have watched videos on Facebook to pass the time and many videos you may have liked.

But there is no such option available on Facebook, from which videos can be downloaded. So today we will tell you about a special trick here. With the help of this trick, you will be able to download the video and watch it without the internet.

Here's how to download Facebook videos:

1. First of all log in Facebook to your computer or laptop

2. Open the video you like

3. Here three dots will appear on the right side of the video, click on them

4. You will see many options, tap on the copy link of them.

5. After doing so, the link of the video will be copied

6. Now go to the FBDOWN.NET website and paste that link

7. After pasting the link, click on the Download button and go to the More option below and tap on Force Download HD.

8. With this, Facebook's video will be downloaded and you will be able to watch it without the internet.

9. New feature is coming soon on Facebook

Let us know that Facebook is working on a new feature. With the help of this feature, users will be able to share Instagram reels in the Facebook news feed. According to the report, Facebook has started testing the new feature and it will be made available to the users soon.

By the way, Facebook also has its own main reels feature which is present in Facebook itself and users can create short videos as they like. According to a Reuters report, 'Facebook says that we are testing a feature for Instagram creators in India, after which they will be able to share their reels in Facebook's news feed.

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