While Stories, which copies a popular Snapchat feature, has helped increase the amount of time people spend on the app, the feature did not farewell on Facebook. Pictures taken from Instagram's in app camera can be posted to Facebook Story. So it was only logical for the photo-sharing service to add a feature to share stories on Facebook as well.
House clears billions in emergency aid for Harvey victims
Mnuchin said on Fox News Sunday that if Congress appropriates the money, there must be enough available to cover the Harvey aid. Ryan said Democratic politicking on emergency efforts could hurt citizens affected by Harvey and in the path of Irma.
The popularity of the stickers above suggests that Instagram users want their followers to know where they are, and how they feel. Apparently this feature is being tested out in Portugal at the moment and it is unclear when it could go live for everyone else, if at all. "We have no other plans to share at this time". The company has also confirmed that stories are coming to the desktop version of Facebook too.
Stories has now been integrated across all of Facebook's products including WhatsApp, Messenger and its core app.
Polk County sheriff threatens to arrest fugitives at Irma shelters
According to Business Insider , Judd is popular in Polk County and has made a name for himself by combating pedophilia. Judd said the motivation behind the policy is to keep those gathered in the shelters safe.
While a very large share of Twitter users (74%) get news on the site, its user base is significantly smaller than Facebook's or YouTube's, resulting in a smaller overall reach for news: 11% of US adults get news on Twitter. It's entirely possible that Facebook could decide not to move forward with this, but it does present the opportunity to further promote its Stories feature and keep Snapchat's growth at bay.
The Verge calls the test quite sad and desperate, as if Facebook is doing everything it can to goad audiences into using Stories on its own platform.
Trump Sours On Gary Cohn After Charlottesville Criticism
Cohn, a former Goldman Sachs executive, may be able to fix his relationship with the president. The White House did not immediately respond to CNN's request for comment.