Meta-owned Instagram is rolling out three new updates to its Notes feature. These updates include the introduction of likes, mentions, and note requests.

Note indications: This feature helps start conversations with your followers.

You can ask questions or post requests to spark discussions. Responses to your requests will be displayed in a new user interface, displaying each response along with the user's profile picture and online status.

Notes Like: Followers can now express their appreciation for your notes by liking them, similar to how likes work for comments or stories. You can also track the likes you receive.

Notes Mentions: With this feature, you can tag friends in your Notes using the “@” symbol followed by their username. The tagged person will receive a notification when the note is shared.

Expanded “Limits” feature to improve security

Instagram is updating its security controls with the expansion of the “limits” feature. This feature allows users to hide direct messages (DMs) and comments from accounts that may be harassing them.

You can now mute incoming messages from everyone except those in your closest friends list. You'll only see direct messages, tags, and mentions from people on your list, even if you allow non-close friends to interact with your posts.

Additionally, Instagram is extending its restriction feature, which now allows users to prevent others from tagging or mentioning them, as well as hide their comments.

A new web design for threads

Threads, Instagram's messaging platform, is rolling out a desktop site redesign that offers improved customization options.

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Users can customize their home page with various fonts, similar to TweetDeck, catering to individual preferences and browsing habits.

The new design allows users to select and display feeds of their choice, including the Next feed, For You feed, saved posts and recent notifications.

You can also opt for automatic update to see the new content in real time without any hassle.


The features mentioned above have already started rolling out to users worldwide and will continue to roll out in the coming weeks.

Announcing the update, Instagram boss Adam Mosseri posted on threads:

We're starting to roll out the new on desktop globally, allowing you to customize what you see. We have many interesting ideas to make this the best platform for sharing thoughts, so stay tuned and let us know if you have any suggestions.

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