Facebook is testing a new feature that would let users post the post across Instagram and Facebook simultaneously.
Posting the same content separately on Instagram and Facebook can be tedious. Hence Facebook has unveiled it plans to develop a new feature that would allow users post simultaneously. This new feature is known as Accounts Center.
Facebook has already announced plans to integrate Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp.
Accounts Center is here to make it easy to simultaneously post across Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger.
The new feature is accessible in Settings across Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram. Users will have the option to share a story to Instagram and Facebook simultaneously, and furthermore utilize their Facebook accounts to sign into Instagram through Single Sign On.
The later isn’t all-new, however it adds comfort to the manner in which users will have the option to sign in to Instagram utilizing their Facebook accounts.
Facebook says the Single Sign On highlight will likewise assist users with recouping accounts all the more without any problem.
Explaining on the working mechanism of the new feature, Facebook says you don’t need to have similar details across its platform. In any case, the company has incorporated an alternative to synchronize your name and profile photo over the three applications.
At the point when you decide to adjust the two across Facebook and Instagram, any change on one application will reflect on the other. For example, changing your Facebook profile picture will be reflected in the connected Instagram profile too. The syncing option is disabled by default, hence users you are interested would need to synchronize it themselves.
Also Facebook plans to add its payment system, Facebook Pay, to the Accounts Center in the future.