Instagram Business Trivia Questions
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Instagram Business Trivia Questions
Users can connect their Instagram account to what?
A: Other social networking sites allowing them to share uploaded photos.
What did Instagram introduce in January 2011?
A: Hashtags to help users discover both photos and each other.
Why does Instagram encourage users to make tags both specific and relevant?
A: To make photographs stand out and to attract like-minded Instagram users.
In August 2015, Instagram started allowing users to upload what?
A: Full-size landscape and portrait photos and videos.
What feature did Instagram add in August 2016?
A: A zoom feature that allows users to pinch-to-zoom the screen to virtually zoom in on photos and videos.
In December 2016, Instagram introduced a feature for doing what?
A: For letting users save photos for later viewing.
In February 2017, what did Instagram announce?
A: Users would be able to upload up to ten pictures or videos to one post.
How would the content appear?
A: The content would appear as a swipeable carousel.
In May 2017, Instagram updated its mobile website to allow users to do what?
A: Upload photos, and to add a "lightweight" version of the Explore tab.
Also in May, Instagram added an "Archive" feature that let users do what?
A: Hide posts in a private storage area, out of visibility for the public and other users.
In August, Instagram announced that it would start organizing comments into what?
A: Threads, letting users more easily interact with replies.
In April 2018, Instagram launched its version of a portrait mode called what?
A: Focus mode.
What did “focus mode" do?
A: It would gently blur the background of a photo or video while keeping the subject in focus.
In June 2012, Instagram introduced "Explore", a tab inside the app that does what?
A: It displays popular photos, photos taken at nearby locations, and search.
The tab was updated in June 2015 to feature what?
A: Trending tags and places, curated content, and the ability to search for locations.
What does the Earlybird filter do to images?
A: It gives photographs an older look with a sepia tint and warm temperature.
Initially a purely photo-sharing service, Instagram incorporated what in June 2013?
A: 15-second video sharing.
The addition was seen by some in the technology media as Facebook's attempt at what?
A: Competing with then-popular video-sharing application Vine.
In August 2015, what did Instagram add support for?
A: Widescreen videos.
In March 2016, what did Instagram increase the 15-second video limit to?
A: 60 seconds.
Albums were introduced in February 2017, which allow up to how many minutes of video to be shared in one post?
A: 10 minutes.
What is Instagram Direct?
A: A feature that lets users interact through private messaging.
With Instagram Direct, users who follow each other can do what?
A: Send private messages with photos and videos, as opposed to the public-only previously in place.
When users receive a private message from someone they don't follow, the message is marked as what?
A: Pending and the user must accept to see it.
Users can send a photo to a maximum of how many people?
A camera inside Direct lets users do what?
A: Take a photo and send it to the recipient without leaving the conversation.
In May 2017, Instagram made it possible to send what in messages?
A: Website links.
In August 2016, Instagram launched Instagram Stories, a feature that does what?
A: It allows users to take photos, add effects and layers, and add them to their Instagram story.
What happens to Images uploaded to a user's story?
A: They expire after 24 hours.
In January 2017, Instagram launched what?
A: Skippable ads, where five-second photo and 15-second video ads appear in-between different stories.
When did Image ads officially start appearing in feeds?
A: November 1, 2013.
When did video ads start appearing?
A: On October 30, 2014.
In March 2015, what did Instagram announce?
A: It would allow advertisers to buy "carousel ads".