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Instagram and Threads will no longer recommend political content

Feb 12, 2024
Dunja Djudjic

As the elections are approaching, the number of false news and AI fakery is getting insane. So, after Midjourney, Meta has also decided to pull…

Instagram’s “Nighttime Nudges” released to “protect teens” from late-night scrolling

Jan 19, 2024
Dunja Djudjic

Meta has released a new bedtime story for Instagram users. It’s called “Nighttime Nudges,” a feature that politely suggests teens to log off after 10…

New Samsung Galaxy S24 is the first to let you use its fancy camera features directly on Instagram

Jan 18, 2024
Dunja Djudjic

Samsung has announced Galaxy S24, its latest flagship phone. It brings various fancy features to its camera, but now there’s also integration with Instagram and…

5 ways photographers can grow their following on Threads

Jan 17, 2024
Jada Parrish

Social media has become integral to the lives of photographers, offering unique opportunities to showcase their work and connect with potential clients and other like-minded…

Instagram now offers you a “holiday bonus”

Nov 7, 2023
Dunja Djudjic

Last year, Instagram launched Subscriptions, a feature for creators that lets them charge for their Stories and live streams and play them only for those…

You can finally stop Instagram from tracking you across the web

Oct 18, 2023
Dunja Djudjic

In a bid to prioritize user privacy and simplify data management across its platforms, Meta has announced significant changes to its data control settings. From now on, if you don’t want Meta to track you across the web (and who does), you can change your settings and tell it not to.

How to make your work go viral on social media

Oct 13, 2023
Sankha Wanigasekara

The first day of college may be exhilarating, but the next four years could be a mixed bag of emotions. The day of the wedding could be blissful, but the next few decades, or much less for some, could be navigated through both easy and treacherous terrain. In more recent times, going viral on social media might follow a similar trajectory. The moment of “virality” may be intoxicating, but the days, weeks, and months that follow could be thrilling and nauseating. Usually, the person who crashes into newfound fame will hardly know what to do afterward. Why? Because they didn’t prepare for it. People rarely plan to “go viral,” so if they do, everything that follows is essentially a novelty.

Instagram soon to allow generative AI image editing

Sep 28, 2023
Dunja Djudjic

At its recent Connect event, Meta revealed that generative AI editing is coming to Instagram. As a part of introducing AI features to its platforms, you’ll now be able to add AI-generated elements to your photos and make your Instagram life even more fake than it already is.

Meta promises you’ll soon be able to delete Threads without deleting Instagram

Sep 27, 2023
Dunja Djudjic

Earlier this year, Meta launched its Twitter (now X) competitor called Threads. It immediately became a hit, but then it caused quite a stir when people figured out they couldn’t delete their account without deleting Instagram, too. But it’s being sorted out now. Meta will soon introduce a separate account deletion for Threads, so you can leave it when you get bored without being forced to delete Instagram entirely.

Upcoming Sony 300mm f/2.8 GM is being tested in the wild

Aug 22, 2023
John Aldred

The development of Sony’s 300mm f/2.8 lens was announced in January of this year. At the time, it was announced with an early 2024 release…