A feature similar to that of Snapchat Stories, Facebook revealed that those on various groups and events pages will be able to contribute to a Facebook Story that's visible to the rest of the members and moderated by the admins. Someone in the company must have realized that, because it's making things just a bit less puzzling by merging Facebook Stories and Messenger Day. This also means that Stories once seen on Messenger will be marked as seen in the Facebook app.
Instead of having to walk each and every person in your life through the same Story, you can blast it out to everyone who needs to know - and start the personal, one-to-one conversation after they've heard the news you're looking to share. Facebook then made a decision to launch a similar feature to its main app called Facebook Stories, then to WhatsApp called Status, as well as on its Messenger app called Messenger Day. Initially, they could only view the Stories.
The camera options for the apps would remain distinct from each other, while Facebook's is majorly focused on amplified reality masks and effects and that of the messenger is focused on stylizing and adding captions or friend invites for hangouts. In other words: don't worry, your privacy will still be 100 percent at your discretion.
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Facebook is bringing a major overhaul in the Facebook Stories feature.
Capitalising on the shortfalls of Snapchat Stories, Facebook aims to enable greater interaction across the app, thereby creating sharing opportunities for its users form different demographics and encourage original content sharing, rather than generic link sharing.
To make sure the new version of Stories reaches as many potential users as possible, it will be available to Groups, Events and Pages. As per him some individuals already were of the belief that the stories are connected, and we thought it would make sense. This feature would allow people to jointly contribute to one single story for any event, under the supervision of the event's admin. People will see stories on their Event and Group pages, as well as atop their News Feed.
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