The second time you take a screenshot or record screen, there won't be any warning message and the person who posted the Story will be notified. The security feature will essentially put a star-shaped icon next to the person's handle who has taken a screenshot or screen recording of your Stories. It will let users share public feed posts from other users to their Story. Instagram Stories automatically vanishes after 24 hours, but screenshots and screen-recording features allowed users to make permanent copies of them.
Rumors earlier this year started surfacing that Instagram will be launching its secured stories from screenshot feature but now it's happening and some people might not be pleased with this idea. The move, which serves as a good news to privacy-conscious users, brings Instagram Stories even more in line with Snapchat. If one posts a picture and their account are private then the public account will not be able to share the post directly in their story.
Unlike Facebook and Twitter, Instagram never quite allowed users to reshare posts from others with their own accounts.
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With Joseph now back in the XV, there are going to be fewer opportunities for Wales to get wide and around the English defence. Asked about Saturday's French referee Jerome Garces, Jones said: 'He is a very experienced referee .
Snapchat has grown wise to this technique but, according to The Next Web, it can be used to trick Instagram's system.
"Instagram purposefully lacks a "Regram" button to promote original sharing, but it's easing up on that philosophy when it comes to Stories", TechCrunch writes. This is one of the latest updates Instagram is working on it's story feature. This new regram feature, however, is but of a compromise. It looks like the feature is now available to a small number of users with a wider rollout expected soon.