Instagram now lets you embed a miniature version of your profile into a website

Zishan Dm

Instagram is expected to launch in the very near shortly. Instagram is scheduled to unveil the "Embed Profile" shortly "Embed Profile" feature that lets users embed a smaller copy of their profiles on web pages. Its new features will enable users to further integrate Instagram profiles with websites such as blogs, or portfolios. The company claims that it's only available within the United States for now.

Instagram's CEO Adam Mosseri announced the launch of the feature in an Instagram video published via Twitter. "You can embed an Instagram photo or video on a website for many years," Mosseri explained in the video. This expands the idea and allows you to put an image of Instagram's Instagram website on the site. Perhaps you'd like to display your Instagram pictures on a site or even connect with another person. You may wish to display your Instagram photos on a website or link to another's. "

The company introduced a feature called "Reels Visual Replies" which allows users to respond to comments made on posts using Reels. If users decide to reply to a comment, an option will allow them to choose Reels as the Reels button to make an audio reply. The video response will be displayed as stickers. This new feature is identical to video replies on TikTok which allows users to reply to posts that have been tagged with videos. TikTok introduced this feature over the past year to provide a way for users to provide more information about their videos and answer questions.

With the immense popularity of the TikTok feature, it's no surprise that Instagram has rolled out the same feature on its version of TikTok.Instagram wasn't the only one doing this, as Pinterest also introduced the ability to allow users to respond to comments by uploading videos a few days after Instagram launched its feature.

The third feature mentioned in Mosseri's video is IG Stories' new end-of-year “Playback” time capsule feature. It uses the Instagram stories archive and allows users to create and choose which stories they want to show to their followers. To qualify for this feature, users must have posted more than three times during the year or have Stories Archive enabled. Instagram suggests posts for you to read, but you can also choose what to post. The feature is available to users who sign up for "multiple weeks".

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Zishan DM is a Digital marketing specialist who loves to share his knowledge and experiences through his writing. He is a growth manager at FollowersCart, a social media marketing service provider.

Novato, CA

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