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Instagram launched another great feature 'Notes', see its feature
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Instagram launched another great feature ‘Notes’, see its feature


Instagram Roll Out Notes Feature: Meta-owned messaging platform Instagram has launched a new feature called ‘Notes’. This feature allows users to make short notes. Notes created by users are visible to followers in the DM section like Instagram Stories. Notes disappear after 24 hours. The reactions that followers send will be visible to users as DMs.

Instagram’s Notes feature aims to pull out notifications in a new way. Currently, users can only post one note at a time and if they do so before 24 hours have passed since the previous note, the current note will be automatically deleted. Instagram notes limit is 60 characters.

Instagram, meanwhile, is reportedly also working on developing a user protection feature that will protect users from receiving nude photos in their DMs.

How to use Instagram Notes?

Here’s how to use Instagram’s Notes feature

  • Update Instagram app to latest version
  • open instagram app
  • Now, go to the DM section
  • Now, tap on ‘Your Note’
  • type whatever is on your mind
  • Choose who you want to share your note with, or choose from Followers You Follow Back or Close Friends
  • click share

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