Facebook to integrate its messaging services of WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger

Social Media users in Papua New Guinea must be aware that Facebook plans to integrate its messaging services of Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger as reported by international media across the globe. 

This means, all messaging services will be linked  on the three platforms while all three will remain stand-alone apps. 

According to Facebook it is  at the start of a "long process".

The plan was first reported in the New York Times and is believed to be a personal project of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.

Once complete, the merger would mean that a Facebook user could communicate directly with someone who only has a WhatsApp account. This is currently impossible as the applications have no common core.

The work to merge the three elements has already begun, reported the NYT, and is expected to be completed by the end of 2019 or early next year.

Source: BBC / PNGeHow

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