This is in stark contrast to Facebook's memories feature, which only shows you one of your posts at a time. Chopra will be responsible for leading the new "Stories Everywhere" initiative. As of now, the firm is facing tough competition from Facebook and Instagram.
Snapchat are set to make a big change to how you share stories in a bid to improve their stagnating user growth.
Snapchat is trying their best for sure to increase the presence of their user-generated and professionally crafted contents across the web.
Your 2017 Story is pretty much what it sounds like.
If Snap plays their cards right, they could very well have an edge once again.
The company has also announced that it will redesign the Android version of the Snapchat app. To lead the effort, Snap Inc has apparently hired former News Corp executive Rahul Chopra. But seeing the trend, once Snapchat rolls out this feature, it won't take long for them to allow users the same option.
According to a report from Cheddar, Stories Everywhere would allow users to share Stories in other applications and especially on the web. These videos which are curated via algorithms and Snap employees cover everything from breaking news videos to sports games. This move could potentially give the struggling social media company a way to make money off content licensing, which it has struggled to do.
Do you really want to post that?
According more than 200 million people use Instagram Stories every day.
Snapchat Stories are videos from publishers and personalities that stay up for a 24-hour period and typically highlight special events. This owes to many reasons including Facebook's capability of copying Snapchat's core feature offerings and launching them on more famous and widely-accessible platforms like Instagram.More news: People hail passage of Triple Talaq Bill, this is how twitterati reacted