Meta has announced that it is going to shut down its cameo-like app, Super, in February 2023. Developed by Meta in 2020, Super is a live-streaming platform for influencers.
According to TechCrunch, Meta wanted to create a virtual meet-and-greet experience similar to what users experience at real-life events like VidCon or Comic-Con through Super.
Although Super is not officially shutting down until February, users will not be able to create new events during this period. If users have a pre-scheduled event on Super, the company advises that the event be rescheduled on another platform.
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Users who have participated in a Super event or have hosted one in the past can download their recorded media before the official decommissioning of its website in February.
Super has joined a long list of apps and experiments that have been shut down by Meta this year. The company recently shut down its Facebook live shopping feature on October 1 to shift its focus to Reels.