Instagram has started rolling out the ability to download Reels globally. The feature, previously available in the US, lets users save Instagram Reels uploaded by public accounts to their devices.
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Meta has announced a number of updates for videos on its platform including new video editing tools, HDR support for Reels, and the ability to comment on Reels directly from the Facebook app.
Instagram has added a new feature to its social media app that let you download Reels for offline use. However, the download option is only available for reels uploaded by public Instagram accounts.
YouTube Stories launched in 2017 under the name Reels and were supposed to compete with Instagram and Snapchat with videos that would disappear after seven days. Now they are going away for good.
Instagram has added a load of new features and changes for Reels. It includes a brand-new video editor, new Reels metrics, and a dedicated section to find fresh content ideas for Reels.
Meta has revealed that Facebook saw 2 billion daily active users recently. It has also outlined some of its plans for messaging across its library of apps, including making it easier to share content.
Instagram now supports scheduling of posts and Reels within the app itself, eliminating the need to use third-party software. The platform will now also reward creators for using the app more often.
Instagram is testing a new feature that allows users to schedule their posts and reels within the app. The feature was first discovered in July but was regarded by Meta as an early prototype.
TikTok has become the second most popular video app in the U.S. among under 35s. Research from Omdia said TikTok saw a large growth in the time people spent on the app and could overtake Facebook.
Content creators can enjoy relief on revenues for another year with Meta's new policy. Revenue cuts on subscriptions etc will now be from 2024. More monetizable features have been introduced too.
Instagram now allows you to pin up to three pieces of content, including posts and Reels, to the top of your profile grid. The idea behind the feature is to improve content visibility.
Instagram is testing a new format to make people watch more videos by making its home page even more immersive with full screen mode. This is similar to the full screen experience on TikTok.
Meta has introduced a new way for developers to make reels easier to share on Facebook. 'Sharing to Reels' feature will allow users to share videos short-form videos from third-party apps on Facebook.
Videos on Instagram will have auto-generated captions, and the feature will be enabled for all. Users can choose subtitles from 17 languages. The AI should get better with more users and languages.
TikTok is gradually allowing its content creators to record and upload longer-length videos, stretching up to 10 minutes. Meanwhile, social media platforms are adopting TikTok's successful formula.
Meta is expanding Facebook Reels to more than 150 countries around the world. It said the format was the fastest growing for video content and it believes that content creators will benefit.
After a month of testing Reels on its main app, Facebook is finally making the rollout official. Creators will be able to push Reels on both Instagram and Facebook following the rollout.
Instagram today announced a major revamp to its app's homepage, a first for the firm in years, introducing dedicated tabs for its short-video sharing service, Reels, and Shop in the bottom bar.
Instagram is testing three different layouts for the home page of its app. Each one of these involves adding Reels and Shops tabs in the main navigation bar at the bottom of the screen.
Facebook has launched Instagram Reels, a TikTok competitor that lets content creators put out 15-second videos. Facebook is likely attempting to seize on TikTok on-going dilemma in the U.S.
If you've been looking for a way to share more informal content on YouTube, Reels is in beta and could be a solution. The feature allows creators to post content in a "stories" format.