Whoa, Facebook's New Update Is Confusing

Uhm, what's up, Facebook?
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Oct 4, 2016
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It seems like all our favorite social media apps are trying to outdo each other—or Snapchat, maybe? This year, Instagram introduced the "stories" feature to us wherein we were allowed to share photos and videos that are going to disappear after 24 hours. Now, it seems like Facebook is also launching their own version of this.

Peeps working for the social networking site recently spoke with Tech Crunch and said that they're roadtesting the new feature in Poland. The feature, called Messenger Day, will alow us to privately message our family and friends videos we can put stickers, text, and drawings on that will disappear after a 24 hours. Sounds familiar, ya? (via Dolly.com.au)

"In Poland, we are running a small test of new ways for people to share those updates visually. We have nothing more to announce at this time," they said.

Well, at least we have a lot of choices now, yes?

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