Smm, Facebook’s mobile messaging service, has teamed up with Twitter to build a new API provider for its users.
The two social networks announced today that they are teaming up on the Smm Provider Panel.
Users will be able to register with Smm to use the SmpProviderPanel API, which will help them integrate social media with Instagram and Facebook.
Users can also get started with using the SmbProviderPanel, which is similar to the SMPProviderPanel but for SMM.
Smm, which also uses APIs for search and news feeds, also announced that it has a new product, Smm Instagram, that will allow users to manage their SMM accounts and add events and notifications to their posts.
Smp is the new name for SMTMM, a Facebook-owned SMM API, and Smb is for SMB and SMM management.
Both companies said they would be building a new platform for SMMs, SMP Provider Panel, in the coming weeks.
The Smp provider panel will include a search, news and social media services and content management tools for SMBs and SMMs.
SMP said that the panel will be “fully open to new developers and SMBs” and will focus on SMB, SMM, and SMB service providers.
Facebook and Twitter were among the first to announce plans for a unified SMB API earlier this year.
Facebook has a long history of using the SMB protocol, which enables it to offer native mobile-to-mobile messaging, social networking, and photo sharing to its users across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger.
Twitter has had its own SMB implementation since at least 2015, and now also provides native mobile messaging, Twitter-to_mobile (TWIM) and other features.
Instagram has built a similar API for mobile apps that works with Instagram, but Facebook has yet to make the transition to the SMM protocol.
Facebook also announced last month that it would open the platform to third parties, including the Sms provider panel.