Facebook adds the Reels and Shop tabs to Instagram
Facebook adds the Reels and Shop tabs to Instagram

Facebook announced today (Thursday) that this represents a major change in the Instagram photo and video sharing service, with the addition of two new brands with two features on which the company relies heavily.

The American social media giant said in its blog: It has added a new name for the role of the feature (Rails) and another name for the service of shopping through stores to the service (TikTok).

Facebook is the largest social network in the world with over 2.7 billion monthly active users. Facebook stated that the (Rails) tab makes it easy for users to discover short videos from creators around the world and videos that other users are enjoying. The Store tab is a better place for users to connect with brands and creators and discover the products they love.

Facebook said its focus on Instagram has always been on young adults and content creators. Because they are the pioneers of fashion. Since the changes are fast, they include the way the two teams use Instagram and interact with the world. With the outbreak spreading this year and forcing people to stay home, the service has seen an explosion of short and funny Instagram videos. With an increasing number of people shopping online, young people are also looking for buying advice from their favorite designers, who have also seen the incredible online shopping movement.

Facebook first started Rails a few months ago. Since then, I've seen short "amazing" videos from our creators. The Rails tab will now be launched where users can share it with the world. Get creative and find a place for your audience.

With the new shopping tag, users can shop on Instagram and support small businesses. You can also find personalized recommendations, watch shopping videos, and new product collections.

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