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We’re all used to the notion that instant messaging is not going away.
People use it, and sometimes they use it well.
It’s a common thread among the people who use it and the services that they use.
But for now, people have to rely on other apps to do much of the work, even though the tools are already pretty good.
For the most part, people use the app in its default state: text messages.
But they can send and receive other types of messages, as well.
And as a result, the way instant messaging works has changed significantly in the last decade.
That’s a big problem for the companies that provide the service, because instant messaging’s not just a text-to-text messaging service.
It can be a full-blown messaging app that allows users to quickly connect to other people in the world via an email or instant message.
This year, a lot of messaging apps are going to be forced to rethink how they think about instant messaging.
Some have been able to work around the problem by turning it into a video chat service.
But many of these companies have had to face the reality that their existing services, like instant messaging or WhatsApp, are not scalable enough for the types of people who will use them.
“Instant messaging is now the default way people send and talk, and that’s not going to change in the near future,” said Peter Whelan, senior vice president of product strategy at Twitter, in a call with investors.
Whelan is talking about video and video chat.
In short, you can send videos to and from the app with no other actions required.
The only thing that you have to do is to upload the video to the service.
And it’s all done through the video app, not the app itself.
Instant message app companies can try to take advantage of that by letting users add video and audio to their messages.
If you add a video, you get an audio snippet that plays as the message goes along.
You can then share it with other people.
But video and other audio messages are more difficult to scale.
In the past year, companies have started to roll out services that can handle video and image messages.
They can do this by adding more video content, for example.
Or they can do it by adding audio.
Or all of the above.
And some of these services are offering features like voice recording and video calling.
But the problem is that these services aren’t really designed to be the standard for instant messaging apps.
In the past, instant messaging companies tried to take full advantage of the video and voice chat capabilities that they already had.
Now that’s all but dead.
And that’s where the problems start.
For some companies, they’re going to have to change their business models to focus on video and chat.
They’ll have to start offering video calling and video messaging for both video and text.
And that will require the companies to rethink their business model and what they want their customers to do with their messages and services.
For others, they might have to find a way to integrate instant messaging with their other services, even if they don’t think it’s a huge part of their business.
In that case, the video messaging and voice calling would be a non-starter.
“It would require them to fundamentally rethink their product,” Whelin said.
But for those companies that are willing to invest in video messaging, they could also find a different way to monetize the service by making video and sound more accessible.
“Instant messenger has always been about making it easy to send messages to people,” said Justin Fishel, founder and CEO of Waze.
“You can get your drivers to call you, or you can text you an image of a dog, or an animated picture of a sunset, or a bird, or your cat.”
Fishel says that in the past few years, people in his hometown of Philadelphia have started sending video and photo messages to him.
“We’ve had people in our office who want to send us text messages,” he said.
“The last few weeks we’ve had over 400 text messages.”
Whelis has had to figure out how to scale video and instant messaging services to make it work with his other services.
“I had to go back and figure out, ‘Why is that important?
What is it that I want my customers to get from their apps?’,” he told investors.
Fisel said that his new startup Waze is making video calling a priority.
He wants Waze to get its customers to send their voice messages over Waze, and then send video messages to them.
“Our video calls are more than just texting,” he added.
“They’re really about being able to make video calls.”
Waze is working on making video calls easier than it ever has before.
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