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  • Chat with the news on the Quartz app
  • Chat with the news on the Quartz app
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Chat with the news on the Quartz app

Instant messaging was once a communication channel reserved exclusively for friends and family. But with brands like ASOS offering customer service via Facebook Messenger and Clarks advertising on WhatsApp, it makes sense that you can now also receive news via chat on the Quartz app.

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