Instagram Is Releasing Some Of Its Most Requested Features As A Part Of An Upcoming Update

Instagram sure does know how to make its fans and followers happy. And that’s because it’s bringing forth an array of exciting and anticipating features in its new update.

We’ve got the latest grab of what you can expect. So let’s take a look below!

For starters, we’ve got news on how the company is busy working on a feature that allows creators to begin a live session that’s strictly restricted to their close friends only, as spotted by Alessandro Paluzzi.

Before starting the Live Session, users will be asked to customize their broadcast audience and that’s when they can select between public and close friends. Previously, there was no option available that allowed for something like this.

While the launch date is yet to be revealed, users are already expressing their great approval for the feature that they believe sounds amazing and was much needed.

Next, we’ve got another leak from Alessandro Paluzzi about how the app is busy working on a shortcut feature that allows quick and convenient access for reaching the settings for messaging via the option for Direct.

For now, we don’t have too much information on when the rollout is expected and how exactly the shortcut will work. But what we do know is that it will solely be limited to both creators as well as business accounts.

Lastly, we’ve got some information on the app testing a label that is called ‘Priority’ for chats that are most commonly sought by users in the Direct Message section.

The app’s system will immediately recognize who your priority contacts are based on how frequently you message them. Hence, be prepared to see the label mentioned on friends or acquaintances that mean the most, adding another super easy and wonderful way for the organization through the app.

We’ll keep you up to date with more information as or when it’s released so stay tuned!

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