Now, Meta is looking to increase the integration between different apps. This time, Meta updates the status-sharing method in an incredible way, from WhatsApp to Facebook stories for daily users.
The screenshot shared by WABetaInto that Meta is looking to update its development process for sharing a status update from WhatsApp to Meta Facebook. To be clear, WhatsApp users already have the option to share WhatsApp statuses, but it requires manual intervention. In 2023, it will be updated in a new version.
As per WABetaInto,
“The ability to share status updates to Facebook stories was already available, but users had to manually share the updates every time they made a new update. Moreover, automating certain status updates via this new feature under development may be possible once enabled.”
The company has integrated various apps across its platform, focusing on messaging, and users can access their messages from any of its apps – Messenger, Instagram Direct, and WhatsApp – anywhere.
One of the key elements of development encryption enabled by default across all of its apps is a move that has been met with some resistance from law enforcement groups. However, Meta continues to advance with its plan, while the expanded use of messaging and Stories for interaction has also led Meta to develop new tools to address this change.
Although it’s a lesser consideration, this is another element in that plan, and it could help Meta remain relevant and keep its grip on social interaction and graph building.
TikTok has already surpassed it on the social entertainment front, which has evolved into the new paradigm in social media app use, but Meta remains the leader in keeping family and friends connected.
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