Facebook plans to let Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp users message Joining

Facebook plans to let Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp users message Joining

Facebook plans to let Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp users message Joining


Facebook plans to let Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp users message Joining

According to a report from The New York Times this morning, Facebook is working to allow cross-messaging between Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp.

Each service will continue to work as a standalone app, but according to the Times, Facebook is rebuilding the underlying infrastructure, so that people who use Facebook only one of the properties of the company, within the company's ecosystem Can communicate with others. All apps will support end-to-end encryption. Facebook has to provide a timeline so far as to when it will be.

"We want to build the best massage experience; the Facebook spokesman said in a statement that people want to message to be fast, simple, reliable and private. "We are working to make our messaging products end-to-end encrypted and are looking at ways to reach out to friends and family on the network. As you would expect, there is a lot of discussion and debate because we start a lengthy process of all the details of how it will work. "

By allowing these messaging apps to talk to each other on the platform, Facebook has no doubt that it will keep its users more engaged and will get them to use this merger system as their primary messaging. By doing this, the company can also eliminate high user engagement for advertisers, its advertisement can lift the arm at a time when the development has slowed down.

Facebook has the most users of any other social media platform, and in this way, the company can compete directly with Apple's iMessage and Google's messaging services.

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