Facebook is currently working to integrate its main platforms with the WhatsApp application, according to a recent report from WABetaInfo, where the report cites a mobile developer and pioneer Alessandro Paluzzi who claimed that such integration is already happening on Facebook and his photo-sharing application, which is Instagram.
The report claims that in the future, there may be a possibility that users can speak to users who have a “different Facebook application, in this case between two users who have WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger”, and the report even provides a screenshot of the references that have been found It is in some tables in a local database, in order to manage messages and services with other WhatsApp users.
At this point, the report adds, there are no details if users will have the option to disable this feature, and also, since this feature is only under development now, there are likely to be changes to it before it is already being developed, as well as another way in which it is announced Facebook recently it creates a link between its main app and WhatsApp through Messenger Rooms – its video conferencing tool.
This was confirmed by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg earlier this year when he said in his participation in his announcement, “The rooms have no time limits, they can host up to 50 people, and you can create them for free via Messenger, Facebook and soon Instagram. WhatsApp as well. “