After Messenger chats, Facebook starts merging Instagram Stories with main app

Some users are apparently seeing Instagram stories on Facebook

Some users are apparently seeing Instagram stories on Facebook

A Facebook representative apparently confirmed the news to Matt Navarra, a social media industry commentator and consultant, and stated that it was a limited test.

"We're testing a new feature that gives people the option to view stories from Instagram on Facebook, making it easier to view moments from people you care about, regardless of what app you're using".

In accordance to a report in the Verge, some Facebook customers have lately started looking at Instagram stories in their Fb story feeds. As confusing as that sounds, it's basically going to show whether you're viewing an Instagram story or a Facebook story. The representative added that Facebook would be listening to feedback from its community on the potential new feature. When you crosspost your Instagram stories on Facebook you see them as just stories on the platform. "To see Instagram Stories on Facebook, people must have their accounts linked and opt into the experience", says Voica.

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Fb also purportedly pressured that even however tales will be in two sites, users' overall practical experience would not improve. If you enable "Share to Facebook Story", Instagram will automatically cross-post the story to your Facebook audience. With its latest test, the company is experimenting with the possibility of letting users view Instagram stories from Facebook. It recently began the work of integrating Instagram and Facebook messaging as part of that effort.

As per the screenshots provided on Facebook, Facebook is giving the users the option to turn this feature on or off.

Who knows, possibly in the foreseeable future we won't have an application named Instagram or Fb. We'll just have a person giant purple and blue app, owned by Facebook, that does nearly everything.

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