Instagram Browser Notification Support
Instagram is constantly surprising us with new updates. However, the social media platform has been putting more effort into improving user experience for mobile phones. Therefore, it was about time the Instagram team started working on something to make the user experience for computers much better.
Now, we’re aware that most people use Instagram from their phones. Nevertheless, that doesn’t mean Instagram shouldn’t worry about updating the platform for computers as well.
Fortunately, the Instagram leading team paid attention to it. Consequently, they decided to add browser notification support. This means we’ll be aware of any sort of activity on our Instagram accounts while using them on our browsers. Here’s what you need to know.
Earlier this month, Instagram announced the notification browser support was being tested. Fortunately, we didn’t have to wait too long before this update became a reality.
In fact, it took less than a week to become official. However, before we can enjoy the notification support for our browsers, the service will ask for our permission. Therefore, we will need to agree with it to use this feature.
Currently, Instagram is allowing people to use this new update in browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. The notification support also works on mobile browsers and on Instagram Lite.
However, this update is pretty recent. We still have to wait until it becomes available for browsers such as Opera and Vivaldi. Finally, this new update will notify us whenever we get a new like, follower or comment.
Instagram has proven to be working hard to provide us with a better user experience. However, when it comes to using the social media platform on our browsers there is a lot to work on. In fact, we still have to wait until direct messages are supported.
Finally, important features such as uploading videos to the platform are still far from being a reality. Nevertheless, we are confident Instagram will come through and implement all of these things in a near future.