WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram will be integrated over the coming months under plans that are said to be a favorite project by Mark Zuckerberg, and we are now on the verge of seeing one of the first changes associated with it.
Facebook is said to be offering a feature that allows you to share WhatsApp publications directly on Facebook.
According to the British Metro website, while this may seem as if your Newsweek is about to be preoccupied with irrelevant content, it is rumored that the social network will make sure that WhatsApp posts will only appear if you want to see them.
According to the website WABetaInfo, You will be able to share WhatsApp status updates on Facebook, if you choose to share status , It will be placed in the stories section of Facebook, which works just like Instagram stories, and allows you to share groups of images or videos.
Facebook is planning to “merge” WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger next year
Facebook has signed WhatsApp for $ 19 billion in 2014 and is planning to “merge” WhatsApp and Instagram and Messenger next year. The three services will remain stand-alone applications, but will be integrated so that the user can transfer chats and messages between them.