Instagram Introduces Brand New Camera Design, Create Mode And More
Facebook is bringing new changes to its platform, including Instagram ahead of its F8 conference. The social networking giant has announced a plethora of new changes for Instagram. While some feature variations in design, others enhance functionality. So let’s dive in to see what has Facebook added in Instagram and how you can use it.
Instagram Introducing New Camera Design And Create Mode
Instagram receives a brand new camera design for Stories, which looks more colorful, a new “Create Mode”, and more. According to Instagram, it will introduce the new camera design in the coming weeks. The new design will make it easier for users to use the tools. Create Mode will focus on making it easier for the user to share content that isn’t reliant on a photo or video. The new camera design and Create Mode will launch globally soon.
In addition to this, Instagram also launched a new Donation Sticker which will be available in the United State starting today. The Donation Sticker will make it possible for Instagram users to raise money for a nonprofit motive within Stories.
“To use this new feature, open the camera, take or upload a photo, tap the sticker icon and select the donation sticker from the tray. Choose a nonprofit to support and customize your fundraiser using creative tools. Once it’s live, swipe up on your story to view the total amount raised. 100% of the money you raise on Instagram goes to the nonprofit you are supporting.”
Apart from this, the platform is making it easier for celebrities and companies to sell their goods. Moreover, the social network is also making it easier for users to buy those goods.
“Starting next week, you can shop inspiring looks from the creators you love without leaving Instagram. Instead of taking a screenshot or asking for product details in comments or Direct, you can simply tap to see exactly what your favorite creators are wearing and buy it on the spot.”
Facebook also confirmed that there are new additions coming to its app as well. For instance, design changes and privacy, so be sure to stay tuned in for more. There will be more to the story, so do stick around.
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