Facebook is including a ‘Sharing to Reels’ characteristic to present extra inventive choices to the Reels expertise. The brand new performance permits customers to share movies immediately from third-party apps to their Facebook accounts. With this characteristic, as an alternative of downloading video content material and importing it later from non-Meta apps, customers can create brief movies on built-in third-party apps, and put up Reels clips immediately from the apps with the faucet of a button. Music apps Smule, and video modifying apps Vita and VivaVideo are the preliminary platforms which have built-in the Sharing to Reels button of their apps. This new growth comes simply after Facebook began rolling out Reels to international customers.
Meta on Tuesday announced the addition of a brand new Sharing to Reels characteristic by way of a weblog put up. The most recent replace permits customers of third-party apps to put up short-form movies immediately to Facebook Reels with the brand new Reels button on the apps. They’ll additionally get pleasure from customisation choices with the Reels modifying instruments like audio, textual content, results, captions and stickers. When an individual shares their reel from a third-party app to Facebook, customers can comply with alongside, like, remark, and share it with others.
As talked about, Meta has additionally introduced new integrations with the Karaoke app Smule, and video modifying apps Vita and VivaVideo for the Sharing to Reels performance. These apps will now have Share to Facebook Reels choices. Builders concerned with integrating the button of their apps can study extra about this on Meta’s developer website.
Facebook is with the transfer increasing its fastest-growing content material format. Lately, the social media platform launched its brief video characteristic Reels to greater than 150 nations with a brand new Reels show on the high of person feeds. Customers can uncover new Reels within the Watch tab, Tales, and in Teams. The characteristic consists of audio, AR results, and captions with hashtags or tags for different accounts.