It seems like our fave social media apps are running out of new ideas, fast.
Not too long ago Instagram blatantly copied Snapchat with their 'stories' feature, and now, Facebook has decided to make the same move.
Facebook are trialing the new feature - named 'Messenger Day' - which allows users to send personalised videos that include stickers, text and drawings.
It's said to even look like Snapchat, with the videos lasting a whole 24 hours before disappearing.
Facebook have spoken to TechCrunch about the update, saying that: "We know that people come to Messenger to share everyday moments with friends and family.
"In Poland we are running a small test of new ways for people to share those updates visually. We have nothing more to announce at this time."
So yes, the update is only available in Poland RN, meaning you're going to have to stick to letting your friends know what you're up to just with Snapchat and Instagram for the time being. Soz.