A new feature of Facebook Stories was spotted by Mamun Billah (via Social Media Today) who shared a similar screenshot on Twitter. Unlike Instagram news, Green Screen on Facebook Stories will be available as a editing tool and not a filter or effect. Depending on the screenshot, the editing tool appears at the top of the ‘Create Story’ screen and others – Text, Boomerang, and Selfies. Touch on the Green Screen will open the effect where users can add a photo or video from their phone, and then record themselves for that domain.
We can also see in the screenshot that the Green Screen filter is provided by Instagram. In Instagram News, it is available as a result that users can search through the topic. You can take a picture or record a video with Green Screen effect. The filter first became popular with TikTok, and later came to Instagram news. Facebook users will now be able to play around with the Green Screen, and it can be a useful tool for creators.
This feature is currently being tested, and there is no word that Facebook plans to release it to all users. With the latest testing, the social media giant continues to push Facebook news, a product that has not proven to be as successful as Instagram Stories. Facebook is also exploring a new way for creators to earn money by placing ads as stickers on Stories.