Instagram soon will offer more tools to help users limit abuse by removing comments and filtering out followers. CEO Kevin Systrom said in a blog post that people will be able to turn off comments on.. SFGate
In a blog post Tuesday, the company announced it plans to give users the ability to turn off comments on posts and remove followers in the coming weeks. By Jordyn Rolling (@jordynrolling) Source: Veuer -
On Tuesday, the popular photo sharing application known as Instagram shook up social media by announcing major changes coming to the platform. One feature that the app began rolling out in November now.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Facebook-owned Instagram has rolled out a slew of long-requested features. The new update bundles changes like the new options for users to turn off comments from their post. It also comes with a.. BGR India
An algorithmic feed. Live video. A seemingly unquenchable thirst to copy Snapchat. Sound like an app you know? You'd be forgiven for thinking the answer was Facebook, though, it's not.
Instagram co-founder and CEO Kevin Systrom announced two new safety features coming in the next few weeks: The ability to turn off comments for individual posts and to remove followers from private.. Wall Street Journal
With images as its main form of social currency, Instagram’s problems with abuse have never been quite as visible as those of other social networks. Nevertheless, the Facebook-owned company has been.. The Verge
Instagram comments are getting more like Facebook.
The company is updating its comments so users can like each other's comments on posts, the Facebook-owned company announced on Tuesday. The app is.. Mashable
Facebook’s Instagram is preparing to launch a live video feature, squaring off with competitors such as YouTube and Snapchat. Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom confirmed the new feature on Thursday,.. bizjournals
Instagram's going to transform once again.
After copying Snapchat Stories with its own Instagram Stories, Instagram is now preparing to introduce live video, joining the likes of Facebook Live,.. Mashable
Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom has confirmed to The Financial Times that the Facebook-owned company is bringing live videos to the photo-sharing app. Systrom said in the interview: "Live is really.. engadget Also reported by •TUAW •The Next Web
'Live is really exciting for us. I think it can enhance what we're doing,' CEO Kevin Systrom told the Financial Times.The service is believed to be called 'Go Insta' and is already being trialled. MailOnline