Instagram celebrates its 10th anniversary in the best way: it brings in application new anti-bullying opportunities and much more.
Instagram is officially 10 years old and has decided to mark the end of its first decade with new features and features designed to encourage users to be good to each other.
Instead of asking users to reconsider their bad comments, The new alerts will indicate that Instagram may turn them off accounts users if they repeatedly violate its rules and do not comply with its policies.
Of course, as with previous anti-bullying updates and harassment, will not prevent users from posting negative comments entirely, but will ask them to reconsider before deciding whether to post it.
The app also restores the photo map feature, which Instagram removed from users' profiles in 2016. However, the latest version of the feature is slightly different from the original. Instead of a map that is accessible to the public in user profiles, the map is moved to the "History Archive" of the application. So instead of seeing one map representing the location of your streaming posts, you will be able to track the locations of all your posts on Stories you.
The new map will be private, so you will not be able to use it to highlight your travels to your followers, but it should excite some longtime users who remember the original.