More changes are coming to Instagram, including gifs in the DMs and maybe even hideable hashtags

Those who drowned the legend of your Instagram with a hash tag and accumulated all these attractive sweetness for your photos seems that Instagram is testing new features for you.

In this test, the hash tag is not displayed in the caption and the search possibility is preserved. Hash tags are obviously displayed as blocks as part of this new feature. Its merit was discovered by a tiring application researcher Jane Manchun Wong (We, and many other sites are already written in d; # 39. Various applications she discovered early).

Here is Jane 's tweet. It is clearly the result of her research on the beta version of the application:

His analysis seems to indicate that the hashtag that can be included in this new function still has no limit. (That will soon be followed by a hashtag # vacation and there is no excuse for anyone who can not see my picture, but I misunderstand them.)

By slightly changing the features being tested, Instagram is actually proceeding with some new official updates of the program. application. One of them is the recently announced function to use GIF in your DM. This is a feature available for today's iOS and Android version apps.

"In any message, you can press the new GIF button on the composer bar and open the library of the latest GIF trends generated by GIPHY," Instagram posted on the blog. You can add surprising elements by looking at current trends, finding keywords and phrases, finding a perfect GIF that makes your friends laugh, or sending random GIFs. Please send a random GIF file associated with what you have searched.

This is the latest in Instagram's new features (as well as many common experiments) at a fairly fast pace and something like IGTV and Instagram was released earlier this year. application.

Other features tested – Instagram, once again discovered by Jane, is clearly trying out the ability to "geofence" your content. You give the opportunity to restrict you, in some countries you can only see for exle. As with the hash tag function, when, when, when …


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