Since its inception in 2010, Instagram, the American photo and video sharing social networking service, has been expanding its platform with attractive features to stand out among its competitors.
Instagram Reels is one of the most popular and interesting features of the platform. The feature was first launched in 2020, and since then, the firm has been adding more joyful particles to improve the user experience.
In April this year, we reported that the social networ satta king service is rolling out 90-second long reels similar to the 3-minute TikTok feature. However, when the reels were launched, the videos were just 15 seconds long. However, it takes 90 seconds longer to upgrade than is commendable.
While maintaining these standards, the social networking service is reportedly working on a new feature for its platform. According to a tweet by the popular trusted leaker, @alex193a Instagram is working on a shortcut to quickly access messaging settings from the Direct section.
As per the leak, the new feature will help Instagram users to quickly access messaging settings from the Direct section. However, the leaker reveals that the feature is only available for Creator and Business accounts.
Currently, users may not be able to use this feature, as it is still under development, however, the leaker was able to share some images of the new features in his tweet while it is being tested by the developer. Had been. This means that new features will be released soon, although the social networking service has not yet set an official launch date.
Likewise, remember that last month the platform announced a number of new features in the works, including quote requests, NFTs, in-home feeds to tackle core business issues and help users support their favorite brands. Includes immersive experience.
Hence, it would not be an exaggeration to say that the platform is committed to ensure the convenience of the users through the introduction of friendly features and this has made the platform unique among other social media platforms. Stay tuned to TechGenyz for more latest technology news.