Instagram has rolled out its Direct messaging system to its desktop site that will allow you to keep up with your conversations from your browser. Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri tweeted his hopes that they can bring it to all users “soon” after the test period.
For those of you into your DMs, today we start to test Direct on the desktop web. Now, it’s only a small percentage of people for now — we need to make sure it works well — but we hope to bring this to everyone soon.https://t.co/x0toGW66Bp
— Adam Mosseri (@mosseri) January 14, 2020
According to The Verge, you can start new conversations, respond to existing messages, and share photos from the web. CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated his intention to integrate the messages of Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram Direct together into one big inbox.
The company has taken so long for DMs to finally roll out to the web. Moreover, FTC could forcibly break its many services as it has already put the kibosh on the company’s plans to integrate their messages. The company has taken so long for DMs to finally roll out to the web.