Instagram is now releasing some new features that will certainly benefit its users, specifically those who are using the popular social media platform to sell their products, and do other activities that will help them earn more money.
The social media giant confirmed that its Drops section will receive a new feature. Instagram explained that this new capability will highlight the users' latest product launches. It will show you the latest items of the brands you previously engaged with.
If you have no idea what Instagram Drops is, this feature is the new e-commerce trend. It currently helps users attract potential buyers to buy their upcoming products in the days and weeks leading to their availability.
To give you more ideas, here's how the new Instagram feature for Drops work.
Instagram's New Drops Feature
And now, IG is focusing to improve its Drops feature. This seller-friendly section has its own destination inside the app, at the top of Instagram's Shop tab. Thanks to this innovation, consumers can easily discover sellers, shops, and more.
Aside from this, TechCrunch reported that IG fans can also see when the new products will arrive. This will help them prepare to buy the upcoming items.
On the other hand, Instagram Drops' new feature also allows users to sign up to receive reminders about other upcoming products they could be interested in.
Reels Now Allows You to Make More Money
Aside from Drops' new feature, Instagram also confirmed that its Reels fans can now make more money, thanks to the new Bonuses feature.
According to Mint's latest report, users can do this by simply sharing new Reels content on their accounts. However, Instagram hasn't confirmed the actual release date of this new feature.
Reels Bonuses has been leaked via rumors and speculations that claims the social media giant is working on the new feature, and that the new Bonuses feature will also pay Reels content creators.
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Written by: Griffin Davis