Instagram has not used a chronological feed for years now, making it difficult to determine when you’ve seen all of the new content on the social network.
Instagram may be planning to fix this issue with a new „You’re All Caught Up“ feature that’s designed to notify users when all unseen posts from the last 48 hours have been viewed.
The feature was first noticed by TechCrunch, and an Instagram spokesperson confirmed that it is being tested and will show up for a limited number of users.
Instagram did not, however, share details on how it works and whether it includes every single post from the people you follow or just the [...]
Instagram today added a feature that’s designed to let users share posts from their accounts and public accounts that they follow directly to their story feed as a sticker.
Today, we’re introducing a new way to easily share feed posts to your story.
When you come across something in feed that inspires you — like a post from a friend raising money for a cause or a photo of a new design from your favorite brand — you can now quickly share that post as a sticker to your story for your friends and followers to see.
Instagram users can share a feed post to a story by tapping on the paper airplane button below a post, which is the same [...]
Fandango today added a „Buy Tickets“ button on the company’s Instagram profile, letting visitors to the page purchase tickets to films currently in theaters as well as pre-order tickets for unreleased movies (via The Hollywood Reporter). The move is said to be part of an overall push by Instagram into a „shoppable tags“ commerce feature, and comes after the social network debuted a native payments option for select users last week.
The Buy Tickets button sits to the right of Fandango’s existing Shop button on its Instagram profile, and when you tap it a mobile.fandango.com page loads with movies both now playing and coming soon. You can [...]
WhatsApp for iOS has been updated to support inline Instagram and Facebook video playback, according to the messaging platform’s latest release notes.
YouTube videos have been playable for some time in WhatsApp, which also offers a Picture-in-Picture mode for continuing to watch while switching between chat threads. However, clicking on an Instagram or Facebook video link kicks users out of the app and into the respective hosting platform.
The WhatsApp changelog for version 2.18.51 indicates support for Facebook and Instagram videos has now been greenlighted by the developers, although our tests suggest the feature is still being rolled out.