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Tuesday, October 4, 2022

New short video posts will be shared as reels on Instagram

Published: Publish Date – 10:45 AM, Fri – 22 Jul 22

San Francisco: To make it more fun and easier to collaborate, Meta-owned photo-sharing platform Instagram has released a slew of new features and said new video posts of less than 15 minutes will be shared as a reel.

The platform said that the feature will roll out to users in the coming weeks and also mentioned that videos posted prior to this change will remain as videos and will not become reels.

“We want everyone to be able to express their creative ideas easily, so we’re adding more features that allow you to capture, edit and share them from your phone,” the company said in a blogpost. “

“We’re always working on ways to improve your Instagram experience. We’ll continue to build out features that make creating and sharing reels on Instagram easier and more fun.”

The platform said it is also expanding tools for remixes to help enhance the way users tell stories on Instagram while collaborating with their favorite creators and friends.

In the coming weeks, the company said that users will be able to remix public photos. It gives immense inspiration to the users to create their own unique reels.

They can choose between green screen, horizontal or vertical split-screen, or picture-in-picture reaction scenes to add their video commentary to existing reels.

If users have a public account, their new videos – now reel – may be eligible to be recommended and viewed by more people on Instagram.

“This currently applies to reels that are less than 90 seconds long. If your account is private, your reel will still only be shown to your followers,” the company said.

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