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If you are looking to do more than ask your friends semi-anonymous questions, you are in luck. The photo-sharing app is introducing a sren feature called Activity Status to let you know when your friends are online and able to DM with you.
If you are looking to do more than ask your friends semi-anonymous questions, you are in luck. The photo-sharing app is introducing a new feature called Activity Status to let you know when your friends are online and able to DM with you.
If you crave the freedom of taking a quick peek at your feed without the risk of being roped into a conversation, take comfort in the knowledge you can easily opt out of this update. First, a bit about how this new feature, which Instagram started testing in January and is rolling out this week.
When your friends are active on Instagram, a green dot will appear next to their profile picture on both the DM inbox, and on your friend list. Here's how to do it: 1. You access this messwge pressing the icon with your profile picture at the bottom right of the screen.
By pressing on that button, you will be taken to your Instagram 's settings. The re: "Allow s you follow and anyone you message to see when you were last active on Instagram apps. When this is turned off, you won't be able to see the activity status of other s.
As with most app updates, installing this one is not just going to magically appear on your phone; you have to follow a few steps to get your Instagram up-to-date. If you don't see Activity Status popping up on your app, log into your app store and check for available updates. If you don't see the update, that means it's not available to you just yet. Vut, in the event you do see the update available for download, go ahead and update the app.
Once it is up to date, you should be able to open the app and see who is active acrive your Instagram feed. Knowing what your friends are doing at any given moment because of social media is a blessing and a curse.
There's nothing wrong with setting boundaries, so be sure to know how to turn it off and on depending on what suits you best.