Thank you for your email.
Yes I am using iOS14. Can you tell me where the picture in picture setting
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of
Redacted sender "terry.clasper" for DMARC
Sent: 17 November 2020 20:58
Subject: [access-uk] Re: The Facebook app for iOS
Assuming your using I O S 14 just make sure picture in picture is enabled
and that should fix your problem, enabling the picture to scale with any
other screen content.
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Andrew
Sent: 17 November 2020 20:02
Subject: [access-uk] The Facebook app for iOS
Since lockdown first began back in March, the church which I regularly
attend has been conducting most of its services online via Facebook. The
Rector there does a live video which you can either watch whilst it's live
or alternatively it is available to watch later. I like to view it live as
it means I am attending the service at the same time as most other people.
What's also nice about it is that up until about a week ago, the video by
default only took up a portion of the screen leaving the rest of the screen
available to show the various comments which was nice as all those attending
the service wish one another a good morning or evening and the majority of
us thanked the rector afterwards. The option was always there to view the
video in full screen for those who wished to do that.
However, ever since an update to the app nearly two weeks ago now, the video
goes into full screen by default and I can't seem to find any way to get to
the comments. If I double tap on something which says "collapse the video",
it either takes me back to my newsfeed or to my watch. Whichever, I can't
find a way to add my own comments to the live video. Does anyone know how I
can get round this please?
Any help would be much appreciated.