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Instagram announces Notes: short posts of up to 60 characters that use only text and emoji

Instagram has been portrayed since its inception as a social network in which images prevail over text, but that is about to change. Meta, the platform’s parent company, announced the launch yesterday Notes, a new way to share short messages With text and emoticons.

function has begun to be deployed all over the world and allows sending Message up to 60 characters for 24 hours. These temporary posts can be sent to all or a selected group of followers and will appear at the top of the direct message inbox.



Followers who want to reply to texts thus making the platform more dynamic and social. Thanks to Notes, users will be able to start conversations more easily and They’ll be able to share what they’re thinking without having to capture an image for Stories.

This isn’t the only innovation Meta has in store for us on Instagram. It will also provide the possibility to share images and videos with a specific group of followers. Something That’s Been Done With Best Friends Before, But Now It’s Going One Thing will allow to publish posts fixed.

Instagram will only allow a select group of followers to see the photos you post.
Instagram will only allow a select group of followers to see the photos you post.
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Meta will incorporate its own age verification system into Facebook Dating in the United States.

Another function they’re testing likely involves Capture a moment of the day to show what you’re doing in real time, With front and rear cameras. there will be a tool called candid stories (‘Spontaneous Stories’) and its idea is quite reminiscent of the BeReal application, which TikTok copied a few months back.

After posting their first Candid Stories, users will receive a daily reminder To share a new image.

As soon as you launch your first Candidate Story, the platform will remind you to upload a new one every day.
As soon as you launch your first Candidate Story, the platform will remind you to upload a new one every day.
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