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Facebook Lets You Check Notifications From Instagram, Messenger

Facebook's mobile app is now integrating notifications from the company's other large apps: Instagram and Messenger. With the new notifications, which first showed up on iOS, users don't need to flip between apps as often.

This comes alongside a change to the notification icon in the upper right hand corner. You'll see a number on the icon if you have any notifications.
Upon clicking the icon, you'll be shown which of your accounts has notifications.
We are conducting a very small test to make it easier for people to discover and connect with the people and things they care about. We're exploring ways to help people switch more easily between their Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram accounts.- Facebook
Facebook's other major app, WhatsApp, isn't part of the test.

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