Instagram is a well-known social application that became a field of expression for many young people, making them ‘’influencers’’. Now it is supposedly looking to provide an opportunity for all of the creators out there who do live videos and give them an additional boost by adding another way to immerse their stories.

Alessandro Paluzzi, a leaker and reverse engineer, reports that the application’s aim is to let its creators add as a moderator one of those who are watching when they are on live.  This will give a chance of managing all the comments, which can make it some kind of a never-ending stream.

As we all know, at that moment the rights for turning off the comments, managing the requests to go live and some other options, are all given to the creator. The new update, however, will give all these privileges to the chosen moderator.

In August Paluzzi revealed that social media is planning to change the way stories work. It means that all the users will be able to like each other’s stories more than once. Now it is possible but only by receiving reactions through direct messages.

Yesterday www.gizmodo.com reported that they didn’t receive a response when they tried to communicate to Instagram in conjunction with all the new features.

It seems that this social media is giving its best to provide the greatest experience for all users in order to spend more time on Instagram than other platforms such as TikTok, which is also one of the most famous social applications, giving an amazing video proficiency.

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