Meta is rolling out the ability to leave animated GIF comments on Instagram postings. During a Broadcast Channels conversation with Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram head Adam Mosseri revealed that users can now post GIFs in Instagram comments, according to Engadget.
“This is a bit of a ‘finally feature,’ but we’re launching GIFs in Facebook comments today,” Mosseri told Zuckerberg.
Users can now search for and share Giphy GIFs in the remark stream, providing them with an additional way to respond to Instagram posts.
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In Instagram comments, the most recent version of the programme supports GIFs.
In addition, Mosseri stated that Instagram is experimenting lyrics in Reels.
The feature appears to be an expansion of the auto-caption badge that Meta introduced in 2021, per the report.
According to the report, a timeline at the bottom of the interface will enable users to properly sync the captions, as evidenced by the screenshot shared by Mosseri.
Meanwhile, Instagram has announced new features for its mobile app for creating brief videos that will empower creators.
The social network has added a destination for trending audio and hashtags, two new metrics to Reels insights, and expanded the number of countries where Reels gifts are available.
Creators will now have access to the most popular topics and hashtags on Reels.