Last Update: October 21, 2022, 15:47 IST
Instagram prompts users before commenting on other people’s posts.
Now, the new ad will encourage users to pause and think about how they want to respond before responding to a comment that is offensive.
Instagram has rolled out new features to protect users from abuse, with updates to Passwords. Now if you block someone, you’ll have the chance to block other accounts they may have to make it harder to connect with you, the company said in a blogpost.
Based on the findings of the first tests of this new change, the company expects four million fewer accounts to be banned each week since these accounts will be automatically banned. Since launching last year, more than one in five people and at least 10,000 fans have switched to the Password feature.
Passwords is a useful tool for automatically removing malicious content from messaging and messaging applications. According to the company, 40 percent less information on average can be harmful.
The company is starting to test to automatically change Passwords for Creator accounts. All users can turn the settings on or off at any time and create an additional list with other words, phrases and emojis they want to hide.
Now, the new ad will encourage users to pause and think about how they want to respond before responding to a comment that is offensive. The app also reminds people to be respectful in direct conversations when sending a message request to a developer, the company said.
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