since February, instagram will be instagram again,
Or at least, he’s going to try.
The social network is going to look a bit more like it did before it started doing all its efforts to reduce the space for sharing and sharing content with friends, as a large shopping center.
The company has announced that the interface of the application will change in a few weeks and that too “Buy” buttonwhose logo is a kind of bag, will disappear And it will be replaced by a button with the symbol “Add”. That is, to create content that returns to its original privileged site at the center of your screen.
until now that place was occupied by the button “reel”In an effort by the social network as its users will engage in this short video format.
Reels are still an identical copy of TikTok, and even the Chinese app’s videos, albeit with watermarks, have had a glorious second life on Instagram, a sign that Mark Zuckerberg’s company has turned its attention to its arch-enemy’s propaganda. Fulfilled the commitment to retaliate. Work is not over.
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Now, they want to put an end to this and for several months Instagram has wanted to promote original content created on their platform. That “Create” button in the center is proof of that. This change doesn’t mean the end of Reels, which will now be to the right of the Create button in the navigation bar.
The changes Instagram plans to make throughout 2020 and 2022 finally triggered a wave of complaints from thousands of users a few months ago, and even celebrities Like the Kardashian clan under the motto ,instagram, make instagram again,
All these changes reveal something that the journalist noticeSylvia Wernham O’Regan, has already moved on in October. social shoppingThat is, commerce within the social network is not a priority in Menlo Park right now.
2022 was supposed to be the year social shopping, but this has not been the case. Not just for Meta, but for all social media platforms, from YouTube to Snapchat, via TikTok or Pinterest.
The shopping and store functions are not going to disappear within the social network, Instagram’s CEO assured in a video, Adam Mosseri