Instagram introduce Stories per inseguire Snapchat
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Con un video sul suo account ufficiale Instagram annuncia oggi “Instagram Stories”, una intera nuova sezione dell’app dedicata a foto e video per i propri followers, che scompaiono dopo 24 ore… vi ricorda qualcosa?

Ovviamente Snapchat torna subito alla mente, anche quando scoprite che sarà possibile modificare le foto e i video con emoji, scritte, disegni e quant’altro… esattamente come su Snapchat.

Il tutto finirà come dicevamo in una sezione apposita dell’app, non riguarda insomma il “feed” principale di foto di Instagram.

Potrete quindi dalla stessa app postare sia foto “serie” per il feed che spammare decine di foto e video “simpatia” fatti durante la giornata… che spariranno il giorno dopo.

Questi contenuti non avranno ne like ne commenti, serviranno solo ad aggiornare i vostri follower sulla vostra giornata in corso. Potrete però utilizzare i messaggi diretti interni per commentare qualcosa con qualcun altro di specifico… Insomma come Snapchat… l’ho già scritto?

Sotto trovate il post ufficiale. Non c’è una data certa di uscita, si parla delle “prossime settimane” per Android e iOS. Amici di Windows Phone, come al solito, dormite tranquilli…

 

Today, we’re introducing Instagram Stories, a new feature that lets you share all the moments of your day, not just the ones you want to keep on your profile. As you share multiple photos and videos, they appear together in a slideshow format: your story. With Instagram Stories, you don’t have to worry about overposting. Instead, you can share as much as you want throughout the day — with as much creativity as you want. You can bring your story to life in new ways with text and drawing tools. The photos and videos will disappear after 24 hours and won’t appear on your profile grid or in feed. You’ll see stories from people you follow in a bar at the top of your feed — from your best friends to your favorite popular accounts. When there’s something new to see, their profile photo will have a colorful ring around it. To view someone’s story, just tap on their profile photo. It’s easy to view stories at your own pace: tap to go back and forward or swipe to jump to another person’s story. If you want to comment on something you see, you can tap and send a private message to that person on Instagram Direct. Unlike regular posts, there are no likes or public comments. Your story follows the privacy settings of your account. If you set your account to private, your story is visible only to your followers. However, you can also easily hide your entire story from anyone you don’t want to see it, even if they follow you. When watching your own story, swipe up to check out who’s seen each photo and video. You can even choose to feature a particular part of your story by posting it on your profile. Instagram has always been a place to share the moments you want to remember. Now you can share your highlights and everything in between, too. Instagram Stories will be rolling out globally over the next few weeks on iOS and Android. To learn more, check out help.instagram.com.

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Today, we’re introducing Instagram Stories, a new feature that lets you share all the moments of your day, not just the ones you want to keep on your profile. As you share multiple photos and videos, they appear together in a slideshow format: your story.

With Instagram Stories, you don’t have to worry about overposting. Instead, you can share as much as you want throughout the day — with as much creativity as you want. You can bring your story to life in new ways with text and drawing tools. The photos and videos will disappear after 24 hours and won’t appear on your profile grid or in feed.

You’ll see stories from people you follow in a bar at the top of your feed — from your best friends to your favorite popular accounts. When there’s something new to see, their profile photo will have a colorful ring around it.

To view someone’s story, just tap on their profile photo. It’s easy to view stories at your own pace: tap to go back and forward or swipe to jump to another person’s story. If you want to comment on something you see, you can tap and send a private message to that person on Instagram Direct. Unlike regular posts, there are no likes or public comments.
Your story follows the privacy settings of your account. If you set your account to private, your story is visible only to your followers. However, you can also easily hide your entire story from anyone you don’t want to see it, even if they follow you. When watching your own story, swipe up to check out who’s seen each photo and video. You can even choose to feature a particular part of your story by posting it on your profile.

Instagram has always been a place to share the moments you want to remember. Now you can share your highlights and everything in between, too.

Instagram Stories will be rolling out globally over the next few weeks on iOS and Android. To learn more, check out help.instagram.com.

 

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