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New Instagram feature: what you can do now on the social networking platform


The Instagram grid fix feature is now implemented for all users. You can use it to present up to three images or Reels above your photo grid.

Following a test that began in April, Instagram has started launching on the grid, a new way for users to highlight posts they want others to see. When you pin an image, it will appear above the photo grid on the profile page. You can present up to three pieces of content in this way. To start pinning, tap the three-dot icon above an individual post and then select “pin to profile”.

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The launch of certain grid posts coincides with the addition of new features to Reels on Instagram and Facebook. It’s also now possible to add interactive stickers to your videos and import your own audio. Meta also extended the maximum duration of the Reels to 90 seconds.

Instagram is launching a new feature

Speaking of all the changes, Instagram boss Adam Mosseri he said on Twitter that it will make it easier for creators to get involved and share their work with fans. He added that the company is looking for more ways to give users control over their profile pages.

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For some time now, the Instagram app has been allowing you to pin your favorite stories on top of your photo grid at the top of your profile as a way to save them after the expiration date.

Instagram is also launching the option to create and donate for Reels fundraising. Users in over 30 countries can now add a link for people to donate to over 1.5 million non-profit organizations. The fundraising tool has been available in Stories and live streams for the past two years.

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