Creepy stalkers on Instagram will soon no longer have any cover when they take screenshots of people's Stories.
It's worth noting that some Twitter users are reporting a couple of workarounds to this new feature. Those who post story will not get alert, but it will appear in the list of viewers whether anyone tried to take screengrab. Instagram has started testing a new feature that alerts users when someone tries to snap a screenshot of the stories they share. People screenshotted at will because it wasn't traceable. The message is clear: users want to Insta-stalk their friends, family, and followers in peace.
When a device is on airplane mode, it disable any WiFi or Bluetooth signals from being transmitted. With Facebook itself having copied the "Stories" concept from Snapchat for integration on its Instagram platform, it is quite logical for the company to integrate even basic safeguarding tools as well.
This, means that users will be safe from the star icon, the first time they attempt to take a shot of someone's InstaStory. Another workaround is for users to download Stories directly from the web version of Instagram.
Prior to the new test, folks were only notified when a screenshot was taken of a private direct message. It hasn't been rolled out to all users, but people on Twitter have started to be warned that if they screenshot, the original author will be told they've done it.
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