Knowing how to trim your facebook live stream is valuable so you can improve the user experience AND boost your ability to be seen.
Are you able to grab your audience’s attention within 2.7 seconds AND hold it for longer than 12?
Most people can’t, but in this video you’ll learn 1 digital marketing tech trick that allows you to improve your odds as well as your statistics.
If your numbers are low, then it could be negatively impacting your ability to be seen & causing a negative feedback loop.
There are some things you need to know about using this trim feature for Facebook, so be sure to take note.
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Otherwise, here are 5 things you need to know about how to trim your Facebook live stream:
- works only on pages
- use only after broadcast has ended & recording is available
- trim beginning and/or end (do both where possible)
- can undo
- comments & reactions before the trimmed section will have a timestamp of 0:0
How To Trim Your Facebook Live Stream
Now for the process on how to trim your Facebook live stream:
- Locate the live broadcast to trim.
- Click the triple horizontal dots (see the image process)
- Choose Edit Video
- Select Trimming
- Choose your start & end points using either:
- from/to timestamps
- Click Save
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