If you share memes and chat with friends in Instagram, these news really are of interest to you. Following an expert survey, Instagram is testing its featured direct messages on the Internet internally.
For those who control the Instagram interface on barebones, there is a pretty much more way to get away from scrolling through your feed, check alerts, or look for something more specific. There is no option to upload photos or share a story.
While Instagram has previously stated that they have no plans to let users upload photos or stories from the desktop, other features are slowly coming to the web interface. Direct messages will be such a feature that will be added to the interface soon.
Discovered on Twitter by Jane Manchun Wong - the web interface that allows DMs will be a blessing for those who use iPad. Instagram does not have an iPad app, which makes the web interface the only alternative.
Instagram's internal test for the feature on the web comes as long as it is Facebook plans to merge the WhatsApp, Messenger, and Instagram messages. This makes sense for those who choose to rely on Instagram Direct and will therefore need some way to access outside the official Instagram application.
There is no official announcement as to when direct messages will be released for web users, but since Instagram has turned off the feature remotely, the announcement of the new feature is expected to come soon.