Instagram rolled out bulk delete options, security assessment to users across world
People will now be able to bulk manage their material and interactions, such as comments, likes, and storey sticker replies, according to the business
Instagram, which is owned by Meta, has announced that numerous features, including 'Your activity,' will be rolled out globally.
People will now be able to bulk manage their material and interactions, such as comments, likes, and storey sticker replies, according to the business.
"At the end of last year, we started testing a new experience for people to see and manage their activity on Instagram in one place," the company said in a blogpost.
"Now this new experience, called 'Your activity,' will start rolling out to everyone," it added.
People will also be able to sort and filter their material and conversations by date, as well as search for previous comments, likes, and storey responses from specific time periods, all in one spot.
Users can also utilise this to look for content they've recently deleted or archived, check their search history, view the links they've visited and the amount of time they've spent on the platform, and download data.
Previously, the business offered a 'Security inspection' to users who suspected their accounts had been stolen. This function is now available to everyone on the planet.
Checking login activity, examining profile information, confirming the accounts that share login information, and updating account recovery contact information such as a phone number or email address are all steps in the security checkup that help people secure their accounts.
Under addition, when users make a post that violates the company's Community Guidelines, it will now appear in Account Status.