Instagram belongs to Facebook and is currently one of the most used social networks in the world. It is specifically intended to share content in image and video format, being more of an exhibition than a discussion, like a parent company.
This social network has many interesting features, including stories. But according to recent information, the popular platform may create an exclusive version for paid stories.
For those unfamiliar, Stories is an Instagram feature that allows users to share stories, moments, and situations that you want to highlight at a certain time whose posting is "for life". Instead of a regular post, which can go unnoticed, Stories end up highlighting the content, giving the user the opportunity to personalize it with animations, as well as reaching out to the people who watch and comment on it.
So far, this feature is free and is part of the basic package that the average user can access.
Instagram may launch an exclusive and paid version of Stories
According to the new data released, the social network Instagram may be developing an exclusive version of its stories. In this potential format, users will only be able to see the published contents with a subscription that appears to be paid.
At the moment there is no official information about this possibility. But according to the site Take CrunchFacebook confirmed that the images revealed by leaks last week correspond to a prototype of the new tool under development. However, the company declined to comment further on operation and availability.
The photos were revealed on Twitter by the user Alessandro Paluzzi, the mobile application programmer who discovered novelty when doing reverse engineering.
In short, when a user tries to watch exclusive stories, if they are not subscribed, they will receive a message telling them that the content is for "members".
Various indicators reinforce the idea that this new version of Instagram could soon become a reality. It remains for us then to wait for more news, this time, entirely from official sources.