Published: Sat, December 01, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Instagram rolls out 'Close Friends' feature for private Story sharing

Instagram rolls out 'Close Friends' feature for private Story sharing

You have complete control over that list, since no one can request to be added. The list is private and only the creator can add friends or see who is on it.

The new function echoes Myspace (ask your grandparents if you don't know what this is), which allowed you to proudly display a list of the people who were your most beloved companions. When you share a piece of content to your Instagram Story, you also now have the option of sharing it with just your "Close Friends".

Instagram is adding a feature to make it easier to share photos and videos with fewer folks.

The way you can check this new feature out is by going to your profile and tapping on "Close Friends" on the side menu. Users can determine if someone has added them to a list by looking for a green ring around their profile photo and a green badge when viewing their Stories.

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Earlier this year, Instagram hit 1 billion monthly users.

Instagram has launched a crackdown on fake accounts, introducing a new feature showing users information about who is really behind a username.

There, you will see the date the account joined Instagram, the country where the account is located, accounts with shared followers, any username changes in the previous year and any ads the account is now running.

We're able to use Highlights, which is right under the bio on Instagram, to direct people to the story.

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