Instagram: Top features launched in 2022

Here are the top 7 Instagram features launched in 2022.

3D Avatars

Users can now create their own 3D avatars with several customisation options at their disposal.

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One-minute Instagram Stories

Instead of being cut in 15 seconds, users can now post '1-Minute' Instagram Story.

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Instagram Notes

This feature allows users to share their thoughts in the form of text (up to 60 characters) and emojis.

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Pin Instagram posts

Users can now pin up to three posts on their profile.

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90-seconds Instagram Reels

Instead of 60 seconds, users can now post 90-seconds Reels on Instagram.

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Elon Musk announces to remove all legacy verified accounts on Twitter, as they are 'deeply corrupted'

Elon Musk has said that all legacy verified accounts will soon lose their Blue badges as those are 'deeply corrupted'. In December last year, Twitter relaunched its Blue subscription service with verification, costing $8 for Android users and $11 for iPhone owners per month.

All Twitter legacy verified accounts will be removed: Elon Musk

Musk now tweeted: "Twitter's legacy Blue Verified is unfortunately deeply corrupted, so will sunset in a few months." Users reacted sharply to his announcement. "Is legacy Blue really 'deeply corrupted' though? 3 percent or 4 percent of accounts may not be entitled to their verification, but these could be weeded out without much difficulty at all if you really wanted to do that," posted The Socialist Party of the UK. Another user posted: "People at Twitter were being paid under the table to verify people and the entire process was politicised: very notable people refused verification while connected nobodies were verified." The new Twitter owner had announced that in a few months, "we will remove all legacy blue checks." "The way in which they were given out was corrupt and nonsensical," he had said. The micro-blogging platform has expanded its Blue service subscription service to six more countries, taking the total to 12 where users can subscribe to it. The Twitter Blue service is now available in Saudi Arabia, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain. Additionally, the company is introducing a new Spaces tab featuring podcasts and curated stations for live and recorded spaces. Recently, Twitter CEO Elon Musk also announced that the platform will now share ad revenue with creators who are subscribed to "Twitter Blue Verified" for advertisements that appear in their reply threads. Twitter's this feature will allow users to make money on the platform and benefit Twitter as well. --With inputs from IANS

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Instagram subscriptions

Creators can monetise and stay close to subscribers by using Subscriber Lives, Subscriber Stories and Subscriber Badges options.

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