With the goal of increasing short-format videos and attracting more creators, Meta has introduced a new “Sharing to Reels” option for third-party developers. This new feature will allow users of third-party editing apps and content creation platforms to share their videos directly to Facebook Lille. Check out the details just below.
Meta introduces new “Sharing to Reels” option
Meta announced a new “Sharing to Reels” feature through an official blog post on the Developer Forum. This new feature allows third-party developers to integrate into apps and platforms, allowing users to directly export content to Facebook reels from supported apps without having to export the content locally or download it to their device. Will be able to share.
This is essentially an extension of the “Share to Story” feature, allowing users to share songs, videos and other content to Instagram stories from third-party platforms such as Apple Music and Spotify. The “Sharing to Reels” option is initially It can be used with Meta’s partner brands such as the popular karaoke app Smule, and with third-party video editors such as Vita and VivaVideo.
After getting a short video on reels via a new option Creators can also take advantage of Lille’s own editing tools Further improve your content with audio, text, effects, captions, stickers and more. In this way, like Meta, creators can expand their audience base and reach new users on Facebook.
However, one of the main purposes of the “Share to Reel” feature is Increase Facebook original content creators.. The platform is struggling to catch up with its competitors, especially TikTok, and lost one million daily users for the first time in the last quarter of 2021.
Therefore, if you are a developer, you can check out the official “Sharing to Reels” documentation to learn more about the integration. Also, please tell us your thoughts on the same in the comments section below.