Notes by Instagram rolled out globally; Here’s how to create Notes on Instagram

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Instagram, one of the most popular photos and videos sharing applications of all time, keeps experimenting with new features. Recently, the Meta-owned social media platform provided limited access to its Notes feature to some of the users on the platform. In a recent update, Instagram lead Adam Mosseri said that the feature is now available for the masses. This change will seriously impact Japan and European regions where the feature was not in play until today.

In the video shared by Mosseri, he said that the Notes feature was not introduced in Japan and Europe as the company required a decent amount of time to comply with multiple local regulations. As of now, after following all the regulations, Instagram has finally released the feature on a worldwide basis.

For people who need to be made aware of the same, Instagram Notes allows users to share their opinions and thoughts and see what others have in store by posting short messages on the platform that can be seen at the top of the inbox section. Notes are short posts of around 60 characters that use text and emojis. They appear on the top of the inbox and stay for 24 hours. The replies to notes will be available in the DM of the uploader’s inbox.

If you are someone who is new to Notes and need to learn how to use the same, then we have your back. Here we will explain step by step how you can use Notes by Instagram and add spark to your interaction spree on the platform.

How to create Notes on Instagram?

  • Open the Instagram application on your smartphone and tap on the inbox icon available at the top right corner of the screen.
  • Now, you will see the ‘leave a note’ option at the top of your messages; tap on it.
  • Type the message you want to share and select the people you want to share it with.
  • After that, tap the share button at the top right corner of the screen, and your Note will be live for the next 24 hours.
Nishit Raghuwanshi RudraNishit Raghuwanshi Rudra
A career journalist who spent three plus years playing around with smartphones, associated apps and more. As a hobby, Rudra enjoys researching mobile games. When he's not busy in the world of gadgets, he is busy with a paper and pen writing poems or engaging with his growing digital audience on the Hindi rap circuit.

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