Snapchat Plans to Implant Its Video Stories Everywhere Online

Snapchat Plans to Implant Its Video Stories Everywhere Online

Chopra was the former Vice President and global head of video and News Corp, a multinational mass media company based in the US.

But Snapchat's new feature, which the company is calling a "2017 Story", is interesting for a number of reasons.

Though Stories Everywhere hasn't been officially announced yet, Cheddar claims to have spoken to a person close to the matter who says that the wheels are in motions. We've seen this before on social networks like Facebook and Instagram.

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Snapchat is trying their best for sure to increase the presence of their user-generated and professionally crafted contents across the web. This will let you share stories from Snapchat outside of the platform. Regardless, if you posted a few particularly embarrassing photos to Snapchat at any point during 2017 and would rather they didn't make the final story cut, you can easily review and scrap them before saving it and sending it out to your friends. While the project is still in its early days, the final version might allow members to share videos on other platforms with a web player, then prompt viewers to download the Snapchat app and create an account. These videos which are curated via algorithms and Snap employees cover everything from breaking news videos to sports games. The new concept that enables other apps to access Snap's content could be compared to a windfall for the firm from content licensing fees as the stakeholders and other investors get interested in seeing the company grow its revenues. Multiple people can contribute to the same story. If you are looking under "Stories" or "Camera Roll", you won't be able to find it.

Snapchat is facing strong competition from Facebook Inc. -owned Instagram, which has rolled out many Snapchatlike features over the past year.

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