Facebook takes another step in unifying WhatsApp, Instagram, and Messenger

Facebook takes next step in plans for unified messaging service - 9to5Mac

Facebook has not surrendered in its intention to unify messaging apps from different social networks and moves tab again for that purpose.

Facebook had ambitious plans for this year, but it seems that many have been staying on the road, starting with the Cryptocurrency Pound. Others are waiting for their moment to move forward, such as integrating ads and purchases into WhatsApp, while there are those where they continue to take small steps. In the latter situation, you will find the unification of chats from different social networks.

But on Facebook, they know that this plan should go slowly and they can undergo research by monopolistic techniques at the slightest false pace. A month ago they made a small move by advancing to Instagram users the option to join their chat with Facebook Messenger and in recent hours the professional app Facebook Business Suite has merged the chats of both social networks.

Facebook seeks to knit Instagram and WhatsApp with core app | Financial  Times

Businesses and freelancers using the Facebook Business Suite app will be able to read messages from both apps in a single inbox.

In Hypertextual they have come to this news through the blog of the Chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, who has advanced other advantages that come to the application after the new update. Like the one we quote or being able to post on Facebook and Instagram at the same time.

Since the company advances that this step is only one more in its intention to join also WhatsApp, although the truth is that it still takes a turn of perspective to fit the strategy since this messaging application has very different functions to the other two in terms of business.

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This change will be available from today for small businesses, although those that value as large, assume that by the number of followers, they will have to wait until 2021 to be able to use the new management tool.

At the moment there are no more actions as far as private users are concerned, but we can bet that we won't take too long to see any. Facebook has shown all these years that, right or wrong, the movement doesn't stop.

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