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Instagram: pin posts to your profile

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Instagram has been working hard on its platform lately and introducing a number of newspapers. Now TechCrunch reports that the company is testing a new feature. What is it about?

The aforementioned portal conveys information that Instagram is testing a feature taken from Twitter. This is a feature that would allow users to pin posts to their profiles.

The feature is currently only available to some users, as part of testing, and will allow users to pin certain posts or photos to their profile. It’s actually the same feature that exists on Twitter. There is also a feature on TikTok, where users can pin a specific video they deem relevant to their profile.

This will allow the creators to pin their important posts, ie photos, to the top of the profile, in order to attract the attention of the followers.

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Meta has confirmed to TechCrunch that they are testing this feature and it appears to have been working on this feature for several months.

Instagram already allows users to highlight stories on their profile and they appear above the posts.

By the way, Instagram recently introduced a number of new features and novelties, the focus of which is DM. So Instagram now provides users with a new option when sending instant messages (DM) on its platform. Now users have the ability to write directly from the feed to the DM of certain people without entering the inbox and wasting time.

So now, after pressing the arrow button below a certain post, a special window of the post author will open, in which they will simply write a message without entering the DM.

There are also new sharing options, as well as the ability to preview songs and conduct polls in group chats. What’s even new is the overview of active followers, which was taken over from Messenger, and now active followers are lined up above the chats.

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