A spokeswoman for Instagram verified the uploading songs features to profile and stated that it is currently only a prototype within the company. He stated that no external testing of the function is being done.
Instagram, which is owned by Meta, is developing a new feature that will let users upload songs to their profiles. Alessandro Paluzzi, a well-known tipper, first mentioned the feature in a Twitter conversation. The featured music, according to the leaker, will be shown on the user’s profile page beneath their bio. He added that users cannot now play the featured music on the profile page and showed photos of the planned feature’s prototype. However, once the feature is made available to the end customers, it is likely to alter.
However, Instagram is not the first social networking platform to provide users the option to post songs to their profiles. Early in the 2000s, the social networking platform MySpace introduced the feature.
As was already mentioned, Instagram has not yet made the feature available to its users. Users can currently add music to Instagram Stories. Users of Instagram have the option of selecting songs from the app’s collection or from other applications like Spotify.
The photo-sharing app owned by Meta has updated Hidden phrases and added new features to better safeguard users from abuse. If you block someone, you will have the ability to block multiple accounts, the business said in a blog post announcing the capabilities, making it more challenging for stalkers to get in touch with you again. Message requests and comments can be automatically cleaned up with the help of Hidden Words. The business claims that on average 40% fewer comments could be offensive. The business has begun testing the automatic activation of Hidden Words for Creator accounts. Each user would have the option to enable or disable the settings at any moment, as well as create a list of extra phrases, phases, and emojis they want to hide.