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Instagram will improve direct messages and will have stickers for the LGTBI Pride

Instagram is working on more novelties so that you stay using the social network and always get something new that may surprise you. This time the developer Jane Manchung Wong – who has a record of positive reports reports – has announced some options that the social network could add soon.

Wong announced through his Twitter account several new options that are coming. Among them the possibility of sending several photographs or videos through direct messages.

The company is also working on the featured stories, where it aims to suggest some that you should highlight in your profile and is also redesigning the way you interact with this section.

Wong has also had access to new rainbow stickers and related to the LGBTI Pride, which begins to be held in June in several cities around the world, and will even convert the “Likes” of the live videos in multicolored hearts to celebrate the occasion .

Among other improvements, the developer has posted on its Twitter account the following:

  • A better interface to report direct messages as spam or abusive
  • A new way to confirm that your account is “private”
  • Improvements in how to silence a user’s account while continuing to follow him
  • A new option that will allow you to request verification of your Instagram account

A recent report claims that Instagram will allow you to add a payment method to the app so you can make purchases directly within the social network . Last week the company added the Emoji Slider , a bar so you know what users think about your Stories.


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Kyle is the cheif editor of Today's Android. He's from Manchester, London. He's responsible for covering news from UK and around the globe.

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