SHARE reports: “Messenger on Thursday became the latest Facebook property to adopt a format, known as Stories, that were made popular by Snapchat: Photo and video collections that users can share with friends for up to 24 hours before they disappear. Messenger has been testing its version of this format, what it’s calling ‘Days,’ since the fall, but is now formally rolling it out to all users on iOS and Android worldwide. Users can take photos and videos using Messenger’s in-app camera, then post them to their Day where friends will have 24 hours to watch them.”

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