In an effort to make the platform as user-friendly as possible, Instagram’s Kevin Systrom has announced that warning notices will be appearing over posts which feature sensitive content.
There have been a few new updates to Instagram recently that you may have missed:
As you know, every week we post a recap video of the latest news and stories from Instagram. Here’s this week’s if you didn’t catch it: The theme this week was all about Instagram’s latest comments updates, and the fact that you can now like other users’ comments and even turn comments off on your […]
Anyone else noticed their comments weren’t showing up in the right order on Instagram posts? If you’ve noticed it, you’re probably working on desktop, since comments still appear to be in chronological order on the app.
When Instagram originally launched in 2010 it was only available for iOS users, and the social network only became accessible to Android users a whopping 2 years later in 2012. Fast forward another 4 years and it looks like Apple might be taking the power back once again with the iPhone 7 Plus’ abilities for […]
The much awaited feature was initially tested on a group of users, only to go live for all Instagramers in September.
A new feature has been added to Instagram and made available to all users. The original version of this feature was only accessible by users with a Business Profile, and was a switch on/switch off option with a default list of “words or phrases often reported as offensive” by the Instagram community.