- Instagram has introduced a range of new features on its 10th birthday, including a “Stories Map,” two new anti-bullying measures, and custom home-screen icons.
- The Stories Map shows users when and where their Stories from the past three years were taken.
- Instagram is also now hiding comments it thinks are similar to ones previously flagged as abusive.
- As well as these new features, Instagram has started labelling some accounts as “state-controlled media.”
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Photo-sharing app Instagram is celebrating its 10th birthday with new features, such as one that helps users find old Stories they’ve posted, and another that aims to reduce abuse.
Two new anti-bullying features tie into National Bullying Prevention Month. The first hides comments that Instagram believes are similar to ones previously flagged as abusive. These comments can still be seen if a user taps “View Hidden Comments.”
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