People are obsessed with Instagram Stories and Instagram is leaving no stone unturned in further exacerbating this obsession as it has come out with new Stories design.
Stories is one of the best features about Instagram and Mark Zuckerberg knows this. What earlier used to be eight different camera types including Type, Live, Normal, Boomerang, Superzoom, Focus, Rewind, and Hands-free has now been changed to just three camera types, making everything much more put-together. What’s unusual though is that Instargam didn’t make a big announcement regarding the design changes, rather just slid them in quietly. (Terkait: Cara Membuat Video Mundur di Instagram / Rewind)
The three camera types that are a part of the Instagram stories now includes live, Camera, and Create, along with a flash option at the centre, which not everyone might be a fan of.
Under the Live Camera feature, you get all the fun and quirky augmented reality features that can be used a new semi-circular menu, which you can easily put to use while recording live streams.
Camera option is where you get all the other quintessence Instagram features like Boomerang, Hands-free, Superzoom, and forward along with AR filters on the right side.
The create option now has all the fun polls, and questions including Ask me a question, polls, tap to type, and countdown.
The whole design has been labeled as ‘wheel layout’ and was announced during the F8 Facebook Developers Conference. Also, the new design changes were first brought to notice by a reverse engineer, Jane Manchun Wong, who took to Twitter to report about the same, back in March this year.
It seems like the new layout would make it comparatively easier for users to create content on the platform.
Looks like, Instagram has been on a roll, testing and coming out with multiple new features. Just earlier last month, it was revealed https://www.termudah.com/2019/06/cara-membuat-video-mundur-di-instagram.html that Instagram is testing hiding the like option from all the photos, along with the view count from the videos.
This was aimed at shifting the focus of users away from the engagement metrics and more towards the kind of content getting created.