Facebook remained the most important social media site as a source of news because ot its massive user base.
It is safe to say that out of all the platforms that Facebook launched the Stories feature on, only Instagram seems to be having the most success with it, with Facebook and WhatsApp being pretty much ghost towns as far as Stories are concerned. On Facebook, they'll appear as normal apart from a small "Instagram" label beneath the user's name to denote where it was originally shared.
Desperate Attempt To Convince Users Into Creating Facebook Stories?
This type of new feature may seem a bit odd, but it may indicate a problem with the integration of the Snapchat feature on the main Facebook app.
Instagram Stories might soon make its way to Facebook. Just under half (45%) of all USA adults get news on the site (68% of its user base). The company added this feature, a copycat of Snapchat, back in 2016 and its popularity is considered largely down to Snapchat's slowing growth. On Facebook, users can do other things such as watch videos, read articles, and communicate with people.
In an attempt to make Stories popular on Facebook, the social media network is now relying on Instagram to see if it can help get the feature to finally stick. However, it's also possible that Facebook is starting to realize users actually do want Stories - just not in every app. In a report company revealed that 250 million people use Instagram Stories daily.
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