Facebook Supports Collaborative Stories For Groups and Events. Facebook has announced it publicly that it is launching support for Stories in Groups and Events. Now Facebook Groups and Events Users could contribute to a Facebook Story. That will be visible to the rest of the members.
This will bring fun for parties, weddings, meetups and more. Basically, these collective Stories will be working like a private hashtag so multiple people can add content but will only be visible to those who are involved.
Facebook Supports Collaborative Stories For Groups and Events
People will be able see Stories on their Group pages and Events, and also on their News Feed. Users of Facebook will be able to post while inside Events and Groups. They will also be able to get the option to share there on the Facebook Stories share sheet.
Facebook product manager Connor Hayes:
“Give multiple people the opportunity to tell a Story from multiple different angles.” People will see Stories on their Event and Group pages, as well as atop their News Feed. They’ll be able to post while inside Events and Groups, or get the option to share there on the Facebook Stories share sheet.
Facebook also announced that it is replacing its Messenger Day feature with Facebook Stories, enabling for cross posts between Messenger and the normal Facebook application. The company has also confirmed that this will make it easier for users to share content across both services. Facebook is available on the Play Store. But this feature still appears to be rolling out so it may take a bit to hit your account.
It is also in the news that the company is also launching Facebook Stories for its stripped app for the developing world, Facebook Lite. Users on the low-data-usage version of Facebook’s main app can only view Stories, but the company has confirmed that posting is coming soon.