Instagram Features News
Instagram is testing a new 'reshare' sticker for Stories to make users more 'intentional' about their shares
This feature might allow users to re-think before sharing any post with their friends on the platform.
Mosseri says that Instagram currently has four key focus areas: Creators, Video, Shopping and Messaging.
Instagram has also rolled out a new Beat Dance AR filter in collaboration with T-series.
Instagram now lets users add pronouns to their profile, feature currently available only in a few countries
Users who have received the feature, can add up to four pronouns, which will display next to their name on the profile.
The reels made by the remix feature will have a time limit is up to 30 seconds.
The new design gets an option that allows users to reply directly to the stories, similar to that on the phone.
Previously rolled out in Brazil, Instagram Reels will let users record 15 seconds videos and upload them as Stories.
The feature is currently limited to wellness influencers and health organisations.
Instagram will now allow users to directly share the video to IGTV from within the app, once the live is over.
Currently, Instagram lets you create a list of Close Friends to share Stories with a particular group of people.
As per the redesign, you will now see two categories: most seen in feed and least interacted with.
The Direct Messaging feature for the web has been in testing for quite a few years now.
You can even trim your boomerang videos as per your convenience on Instagram now.
The feature is already rolling out and should be available to all users towards the end of this week latest.
Instagram began working with third-party allies in the US to help identify, review and label bogus posts.
The feature is currently rolling out to users in select countries, and it will be available for everyone in the coming months.
Based on the date of birth, Instagram will now also show "age-appropriate" ads to its users.
Last week, Instagram also announced that it is now globally testing making likes private on the platform.
Instagram has been testing making the likes private in several countries since July this year.
This Instagram feature is likely to create groups called 'Least interacted with' and 'Most shown in feed.'