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  1. Should read September 14.

    I think if you have an engaging video then users will want to turn the sound on. I would rather have sound user initiated.

  2. Aleksandra Gyoneva 15 Sep 2016

    I must disagree, due to the fact that muted videos allow the audience to choose what to click on and prevent noise. Mr Khan says it: Snapchat is a camera app, not a social media one. We cannot say the same about FB and Twitter though.

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