How do you react to comments on Facebook Live?
Go to the post or comment you want to react to. Tap and hold Like, and then choose a reaction. The most popular reactions appear below the post or comment as icons (example: ).
How do you comment on Facebook Live?
Once a Live broadcast is initiated, the left hand column will display your Live post’s comments. You will have the ability to moderate the discussion while also monitoring your stream. The drop down gives you the option to apply the following chat settings to more easily manage comments.
Why can’t I react to comments on Facebook?
Make sure you are correctly logged in to your Facebook account when trying to like and comment. Clearing your browser’s data cache, restarting your browser, updating the browser software to the latest version and disabling any Facebook-related extensions can all help to resolve the problem.
What does ❤ mean on Facebook?
The red heart emoji is used in warm emotional contexts. It can be used to express gratitude, love, happiness, hope, or even flirtatiousness.
Why can’t I comment on Facebook live stream?
Common reasons commenting may be limited or blocked: Comment sent too quickly: You can only comment once every ten seconds. Comment too short: Comments for this stream must be at least 100 characters. Follow streamer to comment: You must follow this streamer before you can leave a comment.
Why can’t I see Facebook Live Comments?
When there is too much files data in Facebook applications, if we don’t clean it up in time, it may cause you to be unable to watch Facebook comments normally. Therefore, you can solve the problem by cleaning the cache. Open the Facebook app and choose the “More” option.
How do I view comments on Facebook Live replay?
First open your timeline view, and there’s a link to access the Activity log. From the Activity log, select “Comments”, and you’ll get a chronological list of all your comments.
How do you see reactions on Facebook videos?
How do I see who’s reacted to my post or comment on Facebook?
- Go to your post on Facebook.
- Tap the numbers or words next to the icons (example: ) directly below your post. Your post will reload.
- Tap an individual icon at the top to see who chose that reaction.