New Feature to Add to Instagram’s Reels Feature Revealed

New Feature to Add to Instagram’s Reels Feature Revealed

It turned out that Instagram, one of the popular social media platforms; is working on a new feature for the Reels service. Accordingly, users will be able to tag people on Reels videos. Alessandro Paluzzi, an application researcher, shared a new image from his social media account. The image he shared included Instagram Reels, which rivaled the popular short video sharing application TikTok. It seems like Instagram is working on a new feature it will add to its short video sharing service Reels. According to the image shared by Alessandro Paluzzi, users will be able to tag different people on Reels videos.

According to the screenshot shared by Paluzzi from his Twitter account; a person who takes a Reels video will be able to share this video in the streaming section in addition to the Reels tab in his profile. In addition, there is a person tagging option just below the share on stream option.

New Feature is Coming to Reels

New Feature to Add to Instagram's Reels Feature Revealed
New Feature to Add to Instagram’s Reels Feature Revealed

The ability to tag people will allow users to tag the person they shot the video with or the person they want to share the video with. We’ve seen these and similar tagging features on various other social media platforms. Now it’s time for Instagram Reels. According to the famous social media commentator and consultant Matt Navarra, Instagram continues to add new features to its platform quite quickly to compete with its rival TikTok. Matt Navarra‘s followers also expressed that they are very happy about this feature that will come to Instagram Reels.

It is not yet known whether the person tagging feature in the image shared by Alessandro Paluzzi will be available to its users. If the feature will be offered, it is not yet known when this will happen. It is also stated that Instagram has updated the Reels service very quickly and Reels may have a completely different look within 1 year.