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Instagram Tests Desktop DMs (Finally)

geek.com Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Instagram Tests Desktop DMs (Finally)DMs, but make them desktop (via Instagram)

Sliding into someone’s DMs has never been easier. Instagram is testing desktop direct messaging, allowing users to communicate via the web. This update—more than six years in the making—streamlines the social network’s messaging […]

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Instagram Brings Direct Messaging to the Web A “small percentage” of users will be able to access their DMs through the company’s website starting Tuesday. The browser platform will have the same features as its mobile counterpart, with users being able to share photos and create group chats....

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