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Instagram is set to welcome yet another new feature, according to a recent report from TechCrunch.
According to the media outlet, the social network owned by Facebook will soon take over keyword research.
A feature eagerly awaited by some users.
Instagram's parent company, Facebook, has been particularly productive lately.
It has indeed just merged its messaging services, Messenger and Instagram private messages, but also integrated ephemeral messages on both platforms and is now preparing to introduce a new feature within the dedicated app. to photos and videos.
Keyword research seems to be already available in several countries, including Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, but the functionality should logically be offered to all users of Instagram in the weeks and months to come.
For now, the social network only allows publication searches through hashtags, usernames or profiles.
With the support of keywords during Instagram searches, it will be easier to find content that interests users, but also to highlight content that has not been in the shadow of popular hashtags.
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Thus, it will be possible to search by concept or keywords, rather than juggling various combinations of hashtags.
Note that at present, the way in which publications are associated with keywords is not yet completely clear.
Instagram should logically say more when the new feature is deployed in Europe.
You can imagine that users could add keywords to their posts themselves, but in this case it would be very close to hashtags.
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