14 Nov 2017

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Facebook Kills Messenger Stories, Merges it with Facebook Day Stories

Facebook Messenger Day has been discontinued and replaced with Facebook app Stories. What this simply means is that, Facebook app and Messenger app now shares the same Stories across both apps.
According to TechCrunch, Facebook will kill off the Messenger Day brand, and merge the feature with Facebook Stories. This means that you can still post 24-hour disappearing stories on your Facebook Messenger, however, it will be synced with Facebook Stories.

Views on both platforms will be synced as well. That’s not all, along with the new changes, Facebook is also killing off its Facebook Direct disappearing message feature.

All replies from Stories (via Facebook and via Messenger), and Facebook Camera messages will be sent through Messenger instead. This means that Facebook no longer has a disappearing messaging option.

If you post a Story on either Facebook app or Messenger app, they will be visible in the other app. If you open them in one app, they are marked as viewed in the other app. Just like that.

Same applies to replies and reactions on the Story. This will increase the views and reactions of the Story and as well reduce the stress of posting the same Story on the Facebook app and Messenger app.

Finally, Facebook is also launching a new collaborative Facebook Stories for Groups and Events. The new feature allows members to contribute Stories that can only be viewed by the members of the group or event, a perfect feature for private functions such as parties, and weddings.
Facebook Messenger Day has been discontinued and replaced with Facebook app Stories. What this simply means is that, Facebook app and Messenger app now shares the same Stories across both apps.
According to TechCrunch, Facebook will kill off the Messenger Day brand, and merge the feature with Facebook Stories. This means that you can still post 24-hour disappearing stories on your Facebook Messenger, however, it will be synced with Facebook Stories.

Views on both platforms will be synced as well. That’s not all, along with the new changes, Facebook is also killing off its Facebook Direct disappearing message feature.

All replies from Stories (via Facebook and via Messenger), and Facebook Camera messages will be sent through Messenger instead. This means that Facebook no longer has a disappearing messaging option.

If you post a Story on either Facebook app or Messenger app, they will be visible in the other app. If you open them in one app, they are marked as viewed in the other app. Just like that.

Same applies to replies and reactions on the Story. This will increase the views and reactions of the Story and as well reduce the stress of posting the same Story on the Facebook app and Messenger app.

Finally, Facebook is also launching a new collaborative Facebook Stories for Groups and Events. The new feature allows members to contribute Stories that can only be viewed by the members of the group or event, a perfect feature for private functions such as parties, and weddings.

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