Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, continues to make tweaks to its timeline feature after rolling out the algorithm-based feed not too long ago. And the changes put individual users closer to the driver’s seat.
Companies like Apple, Google, and Facebook have been called upon to help decrease addiction to technology and apps, and it looks like some companies are trying to help in certain ways.
If you had ever wanted to quickly add a post you saw in your general feed in Instagram to one of your Stories, you may have been frustrated due to a lack of support for this particular feature.
Instagram has had a way to take polls inside its Stories feature for a bit of time now, but the company is looking to shake things up a bit with a new option.
Instagram Stories can be customized in a variety of different ways, from stock stickers to filters, and now there might be soundtracks, too.
If you consider yourself a heavy Instagram user, and have wanted a fast way to buy things from within the app, your wait is coming to an end.
Facebook is hosting its F8 developer conference, and, while on stage, the company’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, took some time to reveal a few new features for Instagram.
In a bid to change its perception among the public, Facebook promised to release a tool that would allow Instagram users to download their data. The company already offers a similar tool for Facebook, but this option was missing for Instagram. Yesterday, the tool finally went live which means you can now use download your Instagram data to see what all information Facebook has collected about you.
Facebook has always been at the center of conversations when it comes to personal data, but, recently, the company found itself in a lot of hot water with how it handles that data.
Sharing photos and videos on Instagram is already easy, but if you have been waiting to be able to upload multiple batches of content at once to your Stories, the wait is ending.