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Date:12/07/19

Viber has got new features for business

In the popular Viber messenger, new functions for business have appeared. Among them are pages with information about company profiles, as well as the ability to add video to a business message.
 
The capabilities of familiar business messages will also be expanded. In their newsletters, companies will be able to send not only images, but also videos, which will help increase customer engagement and allow them to take a different look at the company.
 
Business messages allow users to receive relevant information from brands directly in the application. Unlike SMS, business messages are interactive: they can contain text, photos, videos, stickers and many other exciting content. The brand pays only for messages received by the user, and not sent without a guarantee of reading, Dailycomm.ru reports.



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