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Instagram is late to the ‘rage shake’ party

18/11/2021

Another day, another Snapchat feature lands up on Instagram. The Meta-owned app has now implemented a ‘rage shake’ feature that lets you shake your phone to report a bug. Last night, Instagram‘s chief, Adam Mosseri, announced this feature alongside another one that will let you delete a specific photo from a...
Another day, another Snapchat feature lands up on Instagram. The Meta-owned app has now implemented a ‘rage shake’ feature that lets you shake your phone to report a bug. Last night, Instagram‘s chief, Adam Mosseri, announced this feature alongside another one that will let you delete a specific photo from a carousel. Pretty neat. You can watch the feature in action in the video below from the 55-second mark. You can also turn the toggle off so you don’t accidentally land on the bug reporting page. Covering ✌️ this week: – Carousel Deletion (finally!)– Rage Shake Did you know about…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Instagram Another day, another Snapchat feature lands up on Instagram. The Meta-owned app has now implemented a ‘rage shake’ feature that lets you shake your phone to report a bug. Last night, Instagram‘s chief, Adam Mosseri, announced this feature alongside another one that will let you delete a specific photo from a carousel. Pretty neat. You can watch the feature in action in the video below from the 55-second mark. You can also turn the toggle off so you don’t accidentally land on the bug reporting page. Covering ✌️ this week: – Carousel Deletion (finally!)– Rage Shake Did you know about…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Instagram
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