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Meta Platforms Inc. (NASDAQ:META) inched up 0.78% in early trading session on Tuesday after the firm has released new capabilities for its Facebook and Instagram users, including the ability to seamlessly move between accounts and profiles, as well as create new ones. The current decision was done with the use of its programs by users for various objectives in mind.

A new profile-switching interface will assist users in navigating between Facebook and Instagram to remain up to speed on alerts if they have added both accounts to the same Accounts Center. Furthermore, the digital behemoth has enabled consumers to access their Facebook and Instagram accounts and alerts in a single location. The most recent experience is being tested throughout the globe on iOS, Android, and the web.

Users may now utilize the new account registration and login flow to log in and create new accounts and profiles across the two social media sites, making the process more efficient. New users can establish an account on any of the two social applications for this reason and then use that account to generate new ones. If the accounts are in the same Accounts Center, you may also use login credentials from one app to access the other. This functionality is being tested internationally as well, but just on iOS and Android.

Meta has said that the existing security features are also applicable to the upgrades. To improve the security of the new upgrades, the tech behemoth will notify customers when an account is added to their Accounts Center or when a new account is created using their existing account. Users may also customize which profiles display in the profile-switching experience, as well as which accounts can log into each other.

When you utilize an existing account to create a new one or add an account to the Accounts Center, Meta will alert you. Furthermore, security measures such as two-factor authentication will continue to function, preventing someone from using your Instagram credentials to access your Facebook account, for example.

Despite the fact that the new features are “now confined to Facebook and Instagram,” Meta says it will “continue to investigate how to better linked experiences across all of our products.” They come after the launch of Meta accounts in August and a recent decline in both revenue and user growth for the firm.

Existing security measures, such as two-factor authentication, are still applicable to this new configuration, according to Meta, so the modifications should not make life simpler for hackers and bothersome little identity thieves.