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Instagram Stories for 60 Seconds! Longer Stories Format under testing

Instagram Stories is testing a new 60 seconds format to accommodate longer stories and posts. Meta-owned Instagram is yet to announce anything officially.

Bored Of Your Instagram Explore Feed? Here’s How You Can Change, Reset It

Instagram Explore feed is a valuable feature for most users, but those who like to change things frequently and diversify the things they see, can definitely push the reset button. Here is how to reset Instagram Explore feed.

Instagram Working On ‘Exclusive Stories’ For Subscribers, Similar To Twitter’s Super Follow Feature

Instagram could be jumping on the paid subscription bandwagon with ‘Exclusive Stories’ so creators can monetise their content – the feature seems similar to Twitter’s recently launched Super Follow feature.

Instagram Might Soon Let Everyone Share Links On Their Stories.

Instagram is testing letting anyone share a link on the stories in the form of stickers. These links can be opened if you tap on it.

Instagram Is Looking To Bring Translation To Stories.

Now, Instagram looking to bring this new feature to Stories, connect you to the world in a better way
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