Hello Everyone. Several applications like Whatsapp, Messenger, Instagram, Facebook have the “Stories” feature. Now the Zuckerberg company Facebook intends to join at least 2 of these apps. The goal is to allow Instagram Stories to also be sent to WhatsApp.
Mark Zuckerberg the CEO of the Facebook Company has declared that ‘Instagram Stories’ and ‘WhatsApp Status’ both now have 300 million daily active users. and Now the Facebook company is working a small test of a new feature that will allow users to post their Instagram “Stories” directly as WhatsApp Status soon.
Share Instagram Stories as WhatsApp Status
As the concept of ‘Stories’ works, these posts including photos, videos and GIFs will disappear after 24 hours.
A Facebook spokesperson was quoted as saying… “We are always testing ways to improve the experience on Instagram and make it easier to share any moment with the people who matter to you,”
Share Instagram Pictures or Video Stories as WhatsApp Status
You can Share Instagram pictures or video Stories as WhatsApp Status by the help of new feature. Instagram Officially said that these posts are based on “posts liked by accounts you follow. You can choose to temporarily hide Recommended for You posts.”
The new feature helps users to send the pictures or video to WhatsApp comes at the time of approving the publication of the story on Instagram, just below the option to also send to Facebook.
Sharing Instagram Stories as WhatsApp Status could be another surprise to Snapchat which has been struggling to compete with Facebook. The upcoming feature which is the clones of rival app Snapchat, now display numbers almost twice the size of Snapchat that has 173 million daily active users.
Follow the image below Instagram Story on the left and the WhatsApp Status cross-posted on the right note the Instagram icon in the corner
The option to committee Instagram Stories to Facebook Stories is available for US users. Although the new feature is still being tested. It is not yet known when it will be released to all users. But, this feature will be officially rolled out for every user around the world soon.