Instagram is always testing out new features to help creators make the best of the platform. The latest tool helps creators collaborate with other creators in Reels and Posts. This new feature is called Collab, and it's currently being tested among users in the UK and India. However, it'll be available to all users in the coming months.
Instagram's safety procedures are tightening, with any new accounts created by kids younger than 16 automatically set to private by default to boost privacy of the youngsters.
You can automatically translate Instagram stories text not in your native language into any of the more than 90 supported languages, and we show you how to do it in Instagram's app.
Instagram's Sensitive Content Control feature allows you to influence the kind of photos and videos you see in places like Explore. In this tutorial, we'll teach you how to have Instagram show you more or less sensitive content from accounts you don’t follow.
Instagram's reshare sticker not only boosts the quality of reshared posts but also encourages people to become more thoughtful when reposting someone else's story as their own.
You'll soon be able to share fullscreen Instagram content on the platform as Facebook works to make the service more like rival TikTok, according to Instagram's head Adam Mosseri.
Instagram subscription payments may be coming as the company explores monetization options with a new Exclusive Stories feature limiting content to fans who'd pay to follow you.
A new Instagram linking sticker is now being tested to enable just about anyone—whether they're verified or have at least 10,000 followers—to share a link in stories.
Instagram's suggested posts may soon be interspersed throughout your feed, in some cases appearing ahead of posts from people you follow.
You can depressurize your Instagram experience by making it less of a competition and more of a place to enjoy great photos (go figure!). Follow along with us as we teach you how to hide the number of Instagram likes and view counts for both your own and other people's posts.
Instagram announced creators can now access some key statistics regarding the performance of their live video broadcasts and Reels, which are TikTok-like short videos on the platform.
Instagram makes it easy to create one or more pronouns via a dedicated field on your profile so people know how to refer you. In this quick tutorial, you'll learn how to use Instagram profile pronouns or create your own ones from scratch to improve your visibility on the service.