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Facebook allows users to post reels from third-party apps

2022 Apr 07, 7:11, Washington
A 3D printed Facebook's new rebrand logo Meta and Facebook logo are seen in this illustration taken on November 2, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration - RC2GMQ9X20MJ

Seeing people's craze for reels Facebook has decided to allow users to post short-form videos from third-party apps.
With 'Sharing to Reels' feature, people will be able to share short videos directly to Facebook easily, TechCrunch reported.

"Once integrated, third-party apps will have a Reels button so people can share short videos, then customize with Reels editing tools like audio, text, effects, captions and stickers," said John McCarthy, Meta's director of product management, in a blog post.

He added, "Instead of downloading their video content and uploading it later, they can now create and share video seamlessly with one tap of a button."

As part of this launch, Meta has partners like Smule, Vita, and VivaVideo who have integrated #SharingtoReels and are finding new ways for creators to reach new audiences.


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