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Instagram has confirmed it's finally testing the ability to post images and videos to its platform from desktop.
As part of 'Creator Week,' Instagram has announced several new options to help creators monetize their content on its platform.
Instagram actually relies on “a variety of algorithms, classifiers and processes, each with its own purpose.”
Facebook is celebrating Pride month this year with different initiatives that will be live throughout June and, some, throughout the year.
After testing, Instagram has now announced that everyone on Instagram and Facebook will be able to hide their public like counts.
Social shopping is getting more exciting this week with the introduction of Instagram Drops, a new exclusive destination on Instagram.
Instagram is rolling out insights for Reels and Instagram Live to help creators and small businesses gain more insight into the performance of their content.
Instagram is now letting users add up to four pronouns by which they wish to be known. These can be displayed publicly, or only to followers.
Facebook is rolling out new features on Messenger and Instagram to allow more self-expression and help people feel together even when they're apart.
A new sticker automatically transcribes speech in videos so you can automatically caption your Instagram Stories.
Instagram DMs can now automatically filter out DMs containing offensive words, phrases, and Emojis thanks to a new AI tool.
Facebook is making it easier for businesses to manage their presence across apps, letting them schedule Facebook and Instagram Stories.
Instagram like counts, should we show them or hide them? Instagram cannot decide, so now they will ask us to choose.
After launching IGTV ads in the US last May, Instagram is now expanding the feature to select creators in the UK and Australia.