Instagram is still a growing platform, a social media network built on showing off photos and videos in a pretty simple method.
Have you ever sent a direct message, or Direct, in Instagram with the standard text and found yourself wishing you could send a voice message instead?
If you have wanted to make a separate friends list on Instagram to help make sharing Stories even easier, the wait is over.
Instagram is one of the most popular social networks out there, but, for the visually impaired, the photo- and video-centric platform might not be all that accessible.
Facebook is Testing a Feature That Will Let Users Ban Some Words, Phrases, and Even Emoji From Their Timeline
The Facebook Timeline can be a contentious place, even if you have managed to triage your friends list to the folks you really want to share your life experiences with, and, of course, vice versa.
Facebook launched its “Watch Party” back in July, but the feature was baked into Groups. But it’s finally expanding in availability.
Instagram is typically working on a lot of things all the time. Sometimes it announces those changes, and other times it’s all meant to be behind-the-scenes efforts ahead of a public announcement.
As a social network grows, the possibility of seeing more fake accounts grows. Instagram is certainly no stranger to this.
Sharing videos across social networks is certainly a thing these days, but that typically means watching the video for yourself and then sharing it to others so they can watch it separately on their own time.
Facebook Says it Has ‘Long Encouraged’ Employees and Execs to Use Android, but Not Because Zuckerberg Was Mad at Tim Cook
Just yesterday, a bombshell story from The New York Times was published that outlined Facebook’s efforts to navigate a parade of recent crisis moments.