Yes folks, the sources have confirmed it! Now you will be able to share your Instagram stories directly to the Facebook app. The feature is under testing and will soon be rolled out for users. This brand-new movement from Facebook has all the potential to add another feather to its cap, with regard to the whopping number of users. The photo-sharing app has also confirmed that the feature is indeed in testing.
Facebook recently brought some changes in order to add the story-sharing feature but it didn’t roll out with the same gusto unlike its counterpart, Instagram. Facebook is thus planning to introduce the similar feature to solve that problem by bringing Instagram’s content on Facebook itself.
It will be great to see the intermix of two giant photo-sharing app’s content inside each other, which has remained separated till date even though Facebook has taken over the acquisition of Instagram back in 2012. While Facebook allows sharing of photos and videos from Instagram for a long time now, no content travels from the former platform to the latter.
The best thing about Instagram stories is, they have got an exceptional placement. The stories appear at the very top above Instagram posts and this makes the difference. Although it is a Snapchat copycat brought in by Instagram back in 2016, the change has helped the photo-sharing app to be the most prominent one among the category of story-sharing applications.
Since the story-sharing feature is going exceptionally well for Instagram, Facebook is wishing to gain the same response with the upcoming change. As things are rolling in the right direction for Facebook, the social networking giant is sure to be much more interactive than it was before. Moreover, the users need to wait for quite a while to get this exceptional features at their Facebook application.
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