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Facebook revealed the introduction of three new features to Facebook Stories. These features would initially start in India and then be released globally short after.
Firstly, the photos and videos that are captured by Facebook Camera would have the ability to be saved on Facebook accounts. This will help those with limited device space as they wouldn’t have to delete the content from their devices.
Further, these photos as well as videos can be edited and shared at a later time. Therefore, people now don’t have to focus their attention at the same time to prepare them for posting.
Also, Facebook users will have the option to share voice posts to their stories by enabling the audio option in Facebook camera.
Lastly, Facebook is testing an archive that can enable users to save their stories. People who share stories put a lot of effort in enhancing them, by using filters and stickers. Therefore, this archive can help them to save good quality content for later use.
Connor Hayes, Director of Product Management for Facebook, told TechCrunch, “Saving photos and videos can be used to save what you might want to post later, so you don’t have to edit or post them while you’re out with your friends, and instead enjoy the moment at the concert and share them later.”
He further added, “We know that the performance and reliability of viewing and posting Stories is extremely important to people around the world, especially those with slower connections. We are always working on ways to improve the experience of viewing Stories on all types of connections, and we have been investing here, especially on our Facebook Lite application.”
With the addition of these new features to Facebook Stories, brands can now produce even more engaging content for their stories. If the option to archive comes soon, brands will not have to worry about their precious effort going to waste, as they would be able to save the content for a later use as well.
Source: Techctunch: https://goo.gl/Db3w7S
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