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Facebook is reportedly planning to bring Instagram Reels, a direct competitor to TikTok, to the US in August.
Instagram is replacing the Activity tab with a ‘Shop’ tab for select users as part of a global test.
Instagram is letting users pin up to three comments on posts as part of a larger effort to combat bullying on the platform.
Buyers experience plummeting results as Facebook automatically removes California user data for targeting.
The change comes at an interesting time for Facebook, with talk of boycotting and ongoing fury over political content stances.
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A report on the digital news industry finds Instagram is set to become a more popular source than Twitter, with younger demographics leading the charge.
June is Pride month and Instagram & Pinterest are marking the occasion with a set of seasonal features including rainbow text, stories filters, and more.
Site owners may need to get permission from Instagram users before embedding their posts on a web page, according to a company statement.
IGTV makes a move to gain ground on YouTube’s creator community by outlining its initial test in monetization partnerships.
New projections reveal that Instagram is set to see the greatest gains from increased time spent with social media.
A playbook published by Facebook details the most effective ways to use stories amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Instagram is rolling out a tool businesses can use to promote food delivery and gift card purchases in their stories.
Instagram is launching new features in an effort to encourage users to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Results of a national tech survey find that a relatively small percentage of people are aware Facebook owns Instagram.
Instagram is rolling out a new feature that will allow users to group their following list into different categories.
Despite sharing the same ad manager interface, performances on Facebook and Instagram vastly differ. Here’s what it means for advertisers.