Instagram is set to roll back new features amid a wave of backlash. The company's attempt at a full-screen home feed and a more TikTok experience is one that users are not happy with.
Google says it's losing Gen Z to rivals like TikTok and Instagram when it comes to search. So maybe Google needs to figure out how to improve search for its consumers.
Instagram has unveiled a few major changes coming to the platform, which will convert most of your video posts into reels and combine the video and reels tabs into one.
Facebook is launching a new Feeds tab that will display chronological posts from friends, groups, and more. The primary page is also being renamed "Home."
Instagram has started rolling out new features for creators. These new features allow creators to provide exclusive content for their subscribers through chats and exclusive posts.
A Google executive has admitted that younger eyeballs are turning to TikTok and Instagram for online queries, and the search giant is making changes to Search and Maps to keep up.
Instagram is testing new age verification methods that will let users choose between social vouching and video selfies, the latter of which will use AI to estimate their ages.
Meta will be launching a marketplace for users to buy clothes for their digital avatars in Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram.
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