You can now embed your Instagram profile on websites
Instagram has recently added a number of new features to its platform. Reels Visual Replies, new privacy options for adolescents, and more were just introduced. A new Profile Embed function, which allows you to embed a small replica of your Instagram profile on a website, is the most recent addition to this list.
So, in addition to the option to embed Instagram posts on websites, users will now also be able to incorporate the Instagram accounts of other creators on their websites to expand their reach.
Instagrammers may now exhibit a small version of their profile on websites using the new Profile Embed function, which will help them reach a wider audience. Bloggers, journalists, and content creators will benefit from it since it will make it simpler for them to attract more people to their Instagram profiles.
Aside from that, CEO Adam Mosseri mentioned two new Instagram features that were just released. The Playback Year-In-Review 2021 is the first. This feature will display users’ best ten stories from 2021, allowing them to reflect on their postings from the year, which is about to come to a close.
People will be able to see and share their top 2021 stories via a pop-up on the app. Users will also be able to alter their stories so that they may submit what they want. The function, however, is only accessible for a limited time, and customers will only be able to utilise it until December 31.
Instagram Reels Visual Replies is another function. Reels allows users to respond to comments on their postings. In Reels, the post replies will display as a sticker. This function is a rip-off of TikTok, which debuted a similar feature last year.
Aside from that, Instagram has begun to roll out a new feature that allows users to record and post Instagram Stories of up to 60 seconds in length. With this, videos on Stories will not split into two after 15 seconds, which is the existing time limit for stories on the platform.