With an aim to offer more ways to support social movements on Instagram, the Meta owned instant messaging app has recently launched a new hashtag experience. With its new feature, Instagram users will be able to support, fundraise and spread the word about social causes directly through hashtags.
The new feature has been rolled out first to a handful of hashtags that are focused on popular and long-standing movements on Instagram and in the world, like #BlackLivesMatter, #womensrights and #climatecrisis.
Instagram keeps updating its features very frequently as part of its ongoing work to improve how users connect and share with their closest friends. The ability to share music previews, send a message silently, the ability to see who’s online to chat and more are the latest features introduced by the Instagram.
Additionally, Instagram also added two new ways to choose what you see in your feed. With its Favorites and Following, users are able to shape Instagram into the best possible experience, and giving you ways to quickly see what you’re most interested in is an important step in that direction.
To help their teens manage experiences across Meta technologies, all from one central place, Instagram introduced Family Center, a new place for parents and guardians to access supervision tools and resources from leading experts. Supervision tools are available on Instagram today, and will begin rolling out in VR in May.
With the supervision tool, parents will be able to view how much time their teens spend on Instagram and set time limits. They will be notified when their teen shares they’ve reported someone. It also allows to view and receive updates on what accounts their teens follow and the accounts that follow their teens.
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