Instagram Going to Redesigned With Better Improved Interface

Instagram Going to Redesigned With Better & Improved Interface for Web Client

The new design for Instagram's web client is rolling out this week, and includes a number of important changes. It will mirror the way users experience the mobile app and place content and community in the forefront of the platform. The redesign will also include full-bleed images, which should draw users' attention to posts and content.

The new design also includes a panel on the right-hand side of the page that lets users filter content by category. In addition, users will find buttons for DM (direct message), explore, and notifications. The Stories panel will remain at the top of the screen. The redesigned Instagram for Web version will not have a dedicated panel for Reels, as does the desktop app.

Another significant change is the addition of a new "Collab" feature. This feature will allow users to invite collaborators to participate in their posts. The collaborators' names will appear in the post header, and the posts will automatically be shared with the collaborator's followers. Their post counts will be shared as well, and their likes and comments will also be included in the overall view count.

In addition to the new design, Instagram is also rolling out a new feature called 'Not Interested'. By adding this feature, users will be able to filter posts based on their interests. They can also choose to hide posts that they find offensive, which will protect public figures from being harassed or abused by other users.

Another major change is the addition of captions. In the past, captions were only visible to viewers who were watching a video on mute. However, now captions are available for video viewing in 16 languages and will continue to expand. This change has the potential to help content creators spread their messages to a global audience.

Other major updates to the web site include new features for shopping. During testing, the feature was available in Reels. In addition, businesses can now tag products when creating Reels. Afterward, users can tap the 'View Products' button to purchase, save, and learn more. Creators can now also add a 'Branded Content' tag to their Reels. This will highlight content that is being sponsored by brands.

Users will also have more options to communicate with their friends. DMs will now be able to be read on their desktop, and users will be able to type faster in desktop versions. This should help improve customer service and speed. So, it's good news for Instagram fans.

The new UI will help users share their stories and videos with their friends. Those who share videos will be able to share them with other users and can even mute their microphones. However, the host will not be able to mute the cameras of their audience.

Chandeshawar Singh

Chandeshawar Singh is a Blogger with more than 10+ years of experience in Tech Blogging

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