How to share WhatsApp Status to Facebook Stories
Here is how you can share the WhatsApp status to the other apps
Even though most of the users post stories on Facebook and Instagram, there are people who still prefer WhatsApp to post their stories in the form of WhatsApp Status. Now the Facebook-owned messaging app is testing its new feature where the users can share their WhatsApp status on other apps like Facebook.
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This feature is available on WhatsApp Beta version only so one has to make sure that they use the required version of the app so that they can share the status to Facebook stories.
How to share WhatsApp status to Facebook Stories
Step 1: Open WhatsApp on your smartphone
Step 2: Go to "Status" and create a status
Step 3: Now you will have two options: Share old status or new status
Step 4: Go to My Status>Share to Facebook Story
Step 5: Tap "allow" or "open" if asked to open the Facebook app.
Step 6: Once you get to the Facebook app, you can choose the audience that can see your story and then tap "Share now"
Step 7: If you want to share an old status, go to My Status (iPhone) or My Status>More...(Android)>...>Share to Facebook
Step 8: Tap "Allow" or "Open" if asked to open the Facebook app
Step 9: Once you open the Facebook app, select the audience and tap "Share now"
These are the quick steps that can help you share your WhatsApp status as Facebook story.
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