Since the beginning of 2022, Instagram management is continuously adding new features and updates on its social media app. Instagram users mostly belong to Gen Z and Millennials. However, Gen Z in particular are the most users of the social networking app.
Gen Z typically emphasizes visually appealing content when it comes to social media. Therefore, knowing the habit of this generation, the social media forum makes continuous changes to the app to attract this particular generation. Users in today’s tech world have so many options to choose from that tech giants need to quickly update new features to keep their audience intact and survive in the increasing market competition.
In case you missed last month’s updates, we’re giving you a few previews here. In their new updates, the tech giant has introduced a horizontal stream view, live badges, voice effects on reels, revamped their photo grid and many more.
Alessandro Paluzzi updated the latest tweets from the Instagram social networking app. According to him, the tech company is working on two new app updates that will surely improve the interface of the app and their savvy users. The first is the ability to pin comment under the following reels with reaction on stories with avatar stickers.
Reel lovers surely love new updates under Reel comments. After the update is launched, users can easily tag themselves in the comments. In the last month of 2021, the tech giant also introduced the “Reel visual Reply” feature to its users.
The second feature Instagram is working on is the ability to react to the story with a personal avatar sticker. The new sticker reaction should not only be a new change, but will give a pretty cool effect on the platform.
Additionally, Alessandro Paluzzi shared a tweet with screenshots on how these updates will work, their features, and where they will be available. However, the tech giant has not announced any fixed date and time for these updates to go live on the app. However, loyal users are eagerly awaiting these features.
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