New Notes feature coming soon on Instagram, users will be able to post ‘disappearing’ content


Instagram Notes Feature: Meta-owned photo-sharing platform Instagram is rolling out new features to improve the user experience, and now it is learned that the company is working on another new feature ‘Notes’. Under this feature, users will be able to post disappearing content. According to the report of TechCrunch, it has been introduced for limited users for some time. With this feature, users can make announcements like quick posts to their ‘close friends’, ‘circle’ or ‘followers’ on the platform.

The new latest version of Instagram is like sticky notes that disappear in 24 hours. The feature was first spotted by marketer Ahmed Ghanem, who posted a screenshot on Twitter, which shows that Instagram Notes will appear in a new line above Messages on the app’s Direct Messaging screen.

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According to the screenshot, users will not get notifications about the notes, but they will be able to see it in the app for 24 hours. Along with this, you will also be able to reply to notes through messages.

Note that this feature can help highlight important messages from friends that they don’t want to be lost in the inbox and can provide more visibility than posting on Stories. Through these notes, users can share details with close friends. For example, it may be written that they will be unavailable on call the next day or may be contacted on an alternate number because they are travelling.

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A feature named ‘Notes’ is also coming to Twitter
Let us tell you that Twitter has also told that it is testing a new feature named ‘Notes’. With this feature, users will be able to share long text as a link on social media platforms. Let us tell you that the long-form feature is being tested by a small group of authors and Twitter has not given much information about its large-scale roll-out.

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