Facebook wants everyone to adopt its native Stories feature, starting with India. The company has introduced three new features to lure more users to try out the disappearing photo and video format borrowed from rival Snapchat.
The new feature will be rolled out to other markets later. One of the features allows you to put up audio posts, which essentially combines a voice message with a coloured background or photo, TechCrunch reports.
The second feature brings an Archive feature to Facebook Stories. Similar to Instagram Stories, you will be able to save your clips privately after they expire from the Stories feed. Lastly, you will be able to privately save the clips from the Facebook Camera directly to the social network instead of the phone to save storage on the device.
Besides, Facebook recently made reporting content on Messenger easier. Most people use the Facebook Messenger to connect with family and friends, make plans, and share photos and videos with loved ones. To help minimise bad experiences that can get in the way of these connections, the company is introducing new tools on mobile for people to report conversations that violate the Community Standards.