Instagram is introducing new updates to its Reels feature, which focuses on the ease of creating engaging content and personalization. Since reels represent more than 20% of the time users spend on the social network, the company has redesigned its app to focus on this format.
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The latest update includes a customizable template browser that displays templates used in previous videos and current trends. Users can now search by category in the section “Explore” organized by “Recommended”, “Trendy” and “Templates or recorded audio”Yes.
To access this feature, users must On the main page they need to select the ‘Create’ button, select ‘Reels’, open the camera gallery and select ‘Templates’. also on instagram It will show you how other users are using their favorite creators’ templates and let you see how each one adds their personal touch.
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When it comes to the creation and editing experience, Instagram has simplified the process. After a template is created, audio, clip count, duration, and augmented reality effects will be automatically added to the Reel.
In the coming weeks, the platform will also automatically add the text and transitions used in the original Reel.
Template customization is very important in this update. Users will be able to add and remove clips, schedule individual clips, and edit preloaded items.
These enhancements to Instagram’s Reels feature give users more tools to create engaging content and encourage creativity on the world’s most popular social media platform.
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