“Instagram is Snapchat now—almost, kinda, sorta.
“On Tuesday, the second-most-popular Social Network among teenagers borrowed a major feature from the most-popular social network among teens.
“Instagram debuted a new functionality called “Stories” that lets users create a rolling montage of pictures and videos from the last 24 hours.
“Users can draw and type words on the images, swipe to add filters to them, and set which of their followers can see their own story.
“After displaying for a day, Stories aren’t saved like normal Instagram photos—instead, they disappear forever.
“Button for button, affordance for affordance, the feature almost completely copies a Snapchat feature which is also called Stories. And Kevin Systrom, the CEO of Instagram, knows it.”
Read more at The Atlantic
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