Instagram is currently testing a new feature where users will no longer see the total number of likes or views on a post. The trial update started rolling out across Australia in July 2019 and will extend to Japan, New Zealand, Italy and Brazil. The purpose of the new feature is to reduce pressure on.
Instagram is constantly testing and adding new features to further improve the platform as well as making it more interactive for its users. One of the many new features that had been introduced in June is what is known as IGTV. IGTV is for long-form video content, allowing most people to post videos for up.
Following the global launch of Instagram ads in late-2015, Instagram is tipped to be the hot social media trend for 2016. Last year, the Facebook-owned social media platform announced that its Australian users are of the most active in the world – with 70% accessing their accounts daily. While Facebook remains the global dominator of.
It has been well documented that Facebook recently updated their News Feed algorithm, aiming to focus on higher quality content and display regular status updates to those who choose to interact with a friend or business page and not just those listed as friends or fans. These changes have seen businesses report a huge decrease.
In mid-June, Instagram announced on their blog that they were launching a video feature on their exceedingly popular sharing platform. The feature went live later that day, allowing users to record and share videos of up to fifteen seconds, with newly added filters to continue to “share the world’s moments simply and beautifully”, as Instagram.