“I’ve started going through longer stretches of not posting," says one creator, "because there’s really no point if no one can see them.”
Instagram continues its tradition of, uhh, borrowing from Snapchat, TikTok, and now BeReal.
Instagram will also be pushing more video content from creators you don't follow onto your Feed.
Or at least learn how to promote my work without wanting to throw up.
The things you hate about Instagram will continue until morale improves and the pivot to video is inevitable.
“Any time I posted about something that I really cherish, I could feel the bad juju of the digital world translate into the real world.”
“I needed to know that he was still mine, so I aggressively started posting old vacation pictures of ours on Instagram stories.”
An already beleaguered workforce confronts a legion of impersonators and a platform they say isn’t doing enough to stop them.
Users are increasingly claiming they got scammed by the app, and that the messages aren’t from their friends at all.
“There’s very little information about your child that’s truly private anymore.”