Instagram is continuously testing new features that could impressively change what your feed looks like.
According to the report from The Verge, the company is now looking to presented native reposting, which will helpful like it share posts from other accounts to your own feed.
But the Instagram spokesperson said it is not a feature of the company that is presently building or testing.
The other side, according to The Verge, who looked two screenshots of the feature, the ‘consistent sharing’ feature will introduce a ‘share to feed’ button when you press “…” menu in the top right corner of a post. At the moment users need to use a third-party app to report.
It’s a feature that has long as been subjects for consumers, but the company has been unwilling to roll out the feature which has a long time for Twitter and Facebook.
The company rolled out story sharing feature in June, which allows users to repost their stories so they’re targeting tagged in.
Instagram’s co-founder Mike Krieger, noted to the Bloomberg earlier this year post sharing that might not go down well with users.
He just told the publication, “it would make the people feel like the content in their feed that was not they had chosen.”
It’s literally complicated to quick repost with naturally, as we’ve seen the case of Facebook and Twitter that full of efforts to suppress fake news and persuade campaigns, which can quickly disperse on those networks.
Instagram is refuse from that kind of content, but it might not be a long time.
Instagram’s also classified hashtag stuffing
According to the report from TechCrunch, Instagram also continuously testing other features with dividing hashtags from captions, geofence sharing, quiz stickers, and also stories highlight stickers.
The detachment of hashtags from captions could be the remedy to the irritating glut of hashtags, frequently jumbled at the bottom of the post.
The Jane Manchun Wong inside of the Instagram’s Android app, the new separate button will appear on the new post called “Add Hashtag,” which will permit to users to use hashtags without including them in the caption.
Wong also discovered the capability to choose which locations you can see your post or story, also you can select individual countries with your desire.
At least, Wong finds another feature that shares other accounts Highlights Stories with stickers in your own story.
The other word a Twitter users @WaBetaInfo is discovered of quiz stickers to stories, which also gives your followers three options to choose from.
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