Sun. Oct 25th, 2020


Facebook’s plan to bring its messaging apps is beginning to take shape. The company will begin incorporating more of Messenger’s features into Instagram’s in-app chat, including the ability to send messages across the two apps. The tech giant testing the features earlier this summer, but now says it wishes to bring it to everyone who uses Instagram Messenger in the next few months.


During a briefing with reporters, Facebook representatives repeatedly laid emphasis on the update is not merging your Facebook and Instagram account, or merging your inboxes. If you make use of both apps, you’ll still be able to send and receive messages separately.

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The change also comes with some other upgrades to Instagram’s in-app messaging, which has long lagged behind Messenger. Instagram users will be able to forward messages, add reactions, or set chats to automatically disappear with a new ”vanish mode.”


The change also comes with some other upgrades to Instagram’s in-app messaging, which has long lagged behind Messenger. Instagram users will be able to forward messages, add reactions, or set chats to automatically disappear with a new ”vanish mode.”


Crisan said that Facebook took this into account when creating the feature, and that “we do not want to even risk leaking the identities across the across the apps,” which is why the social network is letting users disable cross-app messaging if they choose.

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