Instagram is testing fan club stories
Instagram is testing fan club stories

Instagram appears to be developing two different experiences aimed at making it easier to interact with the app and take advantage of the emergence of NFTs or digital products in transit.

Instagram is testing a new Stories option called Fan Club Stories, which will allow users to post exclusive Story content that can only be viewed by their fan club or approved group members.

According to app researcher Alessandro Paluzzi (Alessandro Paluzzi), fan club stories will only be visible to group members and users will not be able to take screenshots of these exclusive items.

This adds another option to the existing Instagram story options. Currently, you can make your entire account private so only your followers can see your stories, or you can create a close friends list to share stories that are more private than public.

This new option adds another category and adds likely paying members to your fan club list where you can share exclusive content.

This option appears to be in line with Instagram's larger efforts to add more tools for YouTubers to monetize their efforts on the platform.

Based on the results of our previous Paluzzi survey, we may receive more information from Instagram in the next month.

Instagram is developing a new experience:

In addition, during testing, Paluzzi also found new assembly options. These options appear to be related to the current NFT rollout. Obviously, these options allow Instagram users to bid on digital projects while streaming.

There isn't a lot of information on this at the moment, so it's mostly speculation. But it appears to be a new way to encourage digital art purchases, and make it easier to post on Instagram, while adding collectible tags to Stories as you share them.

This can lead to new interactions and in-app purchases. It can help digital content producers make more money from their jobs. It does this by allowing them to offer such auctions to Instagram users with over a billion users.

The platform is trying to encourage more in-app purchases. It could be another way for people to consume and share digital artwork while it's being broadcast.

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