Facebook will now allow users to start cross-app group chats between Messenger and Instagram, the company said.
With this update, people will be able to start group chats between their Instagram and Messenger contacts.
“Within these cross-app group chats, users can continue to personalize your chat experience with chat themes and personalized reactions,” the company said in a blog post Thursday.
Facebook said more than 70% of eligible people on Instagram have updated the new Messenger experience to take advantage of new features such as cross-app communication.
The company also said it is bringing polls to your Instagram DMs and group chats with friends on Messenger and Instagram, making it easier for the group to decide which new show is the most interesting or which restaurant you go to. all next weekend.
Users will still have the same controls over who can reach them.
“With delivery checks, you decide who gets to your discussion list, who gets to your message request folder, and who can’t message or call you,” the company said.
“We love to add fun new features, but our number one priority is to keep security and privacy at the top of the list,” he added.
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