Facebook is going to embed your instant messengers in Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.
Although all three services will be standalone applications, at a deeper level, they will be paralleled so that messages can move between different services.
This idea was first announced in the New York Times and is considered the personal project of Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg.
After combining, a Facebook user can be directly debited from anyone who single has a WhatsApp account. Now it is unrealistic, since programs do not have a common whole.
The process of merging the three attached has already begun, reports the NYT, and, as planned, will end at the end of 2019 or early next year.
The idea is to make the trinity of services more useful and to increase the amount of time users spend on them.
Competently rallying all of their customers into one huge group, the social platform will be skilfull to more productively compete with the messaging services of Google and Apple’s iMessage.
The merger of the three systems shows a huge variation in Facebook, because before Instagram and WhatsApp worked mainly as independent companies.
The New York Times states that upholding the creator of the project to connect the messaging system by the creator caused an “internal struggle”. This was one of the reasons that the founders of Instagram and WhatsApp left last year.
The solution comes when a resource is faced with repeated investigations and criticisms about how it processes and protects user data.