I just got a blue checkmark on Instagram, but it doesn't mean what it used to.
The platform's head, Adam Mosseri, confirmed in an interview that changes which made the app look like it was morphing into TikTok will be paused, at least for the time being.
The company is testing a new way to show videos and photos in your feed, and it's similar to a certain ByteDance-owned platform.
The company says it'll stop supporting the app as it focuses on the video experience in its main app.
Adam Mosseri has confirmed that the company is working on two ways it'll bring the chronological feed back to the app.
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It gives us a sense of direction for Windows, but no clear context.
The pop-ups add clarification as to why Facebook and Instagram want your data.
It's rolling out globally now as a video alternative to Clubhouse.
It's also introducing a new way to video chat.
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We'll find out this week.
The feature was released a couple of weeks ago, but is anyone actually using it?
The feature is arriving alongside three other new updates.
The platform is getting an option to switch to a chronological feed, if you so desire.
The feature is rolling out now to all users.
In a phrase, they accidentally shot themselves in the foot.
Will it impress? Will it take Windows into a prosperous future?
There's now a toggle that lets you turn them on or off.
The feature should be rolling out now to all users.
Blurry videos, videos with borders, and other discrepancies will no longer be promoted, either.
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Plus, Instagram now lets you create 'layouts' in Stories.
It's only available on Android 10 and Pie.