Snapchat will Now Let You Share Stories on Facebook & Twitter

Snapchat keeps on introducing new feature, which is the main reason of its increasing popularity among youth. A part from launching new emojis and filters, this time photo sharing app has rolled out a new feature that lets you share stories with other users out of this App. Snapchat will Now Let You Share Stories on Facebook & Twitter.

There were rumors about ‘Stories everywhere features’ but now Snapchat has confirmed this news to The Verge, that the company plans to add a share button in stories section. This new feature will come with a redesign of Snapchat app soon.

Snapchat will Now Let You Share Stories on Facebook & Twitter

It means users will be able to send selected video and photos via text, email, instant message or share stories on other apps such as Facebook and Twitter. If someone Shares a story with a person who doesn’t have Snapchat account, they will be will be redirected to a media player hosted on Snapchat’s homepage.

Right now this long awaited feature will only be available for users in Australia and Canada as android and iOS Snapchat app is already redesigned in these areas.

No doubt, Snapchat was the most popular app for its stories feature. But later on, its viral apps have copied that feature and lead the race. Now Instagram and WhatsApp have more stories users as compare to Snapchat. But now to enhance its stories users, Snapchat Reportedly Bringing Stories to Web with new ‘Stories Everywhere’ Feature.

Sharing a stories on other apps will be restricted in three types of Stories i.e; Official Stories, Search Stories and Our Stories. This is a very good addition of feature in Snapchat’s app. Let us know in comments that are you happy about this feature?

Also Read: Snapchat Reportedly Bringing Stories to Web with new ‘Stories Everywhere’ Feature

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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