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8 Oct, 2022
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Messaging app Signal has started beta testing the Stories feature. Users can share videos, images and text messages with their friends, which disappear every 24 hours.

Stories in Signal have end-to-end encryption. The app allows you to choose who to send the stories to. In addition to groups and friend lists, users can share stories with all their contacts. When you send stories to groups, other members can react, reply and share it.

Stories are currently in beta test, so only beta participants can see the stories. It is also possible to disable stories via settings, however this will result in the user not being able to publish their own stories.

There are no details on when the update will become publicly available.

Experience from other social networks shows that the introduction of stories does not always translate into an increase in popularity. Instagram, by creating Stories, has been able to make them part of the Instagram experience. But there is the example ofTwitter and LinkedIn, which abandoned their Stories features after less than a year.