Instagram Stories can now directly be shared to Facebook Stories

Alyssa Bailey
October 6, 2017

In a further attempt, that may be a success this time, Instagram has added a button that allows you to easily share your Instagram Story post to your Facebook Story at the same time.

Well, even though you can now share your Instagram Story directly on Facebook Story, the opposite of that isn't possible right now. If you don't already have the option in your Instagram app, you will soon.

Now users are not able to post Facebook Stories to Instagram but this could potentially be built in the future.

Instagram is rolling out a feature that will let users upload their Stories to Facebook. And we are unsure whether Facebook would want to make that happen.

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Facebook has also confirmed that the feature is being officially rolled out for everyone around the world. After all, no one uses Facebook Story.

You can not post a story to Facebook, through Instagram without posting it to Instagram - capisce? The new option would cut down the trouble of manually uploading Stories on each platform separately. This would actually be useful as it would save a lot of time of those users who share the same content across different platforms owned by Facebook.

The feature was first tested in Portugal last month before TechCrunch spotted it in the US and got confirmation from Facebook that it's coming to everyone. Your friends will answer you and see the results and you can see the results by just opening the viewers' list on your Story, and it will show your total vote count, who voted, and what the chose.

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