The company announced in a post that Instagram has started providing a questionnaire to some American users to get information about the race and ethnicity of its users. The purpose of this work is to investigate and study the experience of users of different races of this platform.
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Users will randomly receive a pop-up in the main Instagram feed, which they will click on to be directed to a questionnaire designed by the YouGov research group. They will be asked questions about their race and ethnicity. Answering these questions is optional, and Instagram says that users' answers will not limit their experiences on Instagram, such as their access or how other users interact with their content. Posty said the data collection will help the platform look for ways to improve Instagram and cater to users of different races. He continued: "If we want to make sure that Instagram offers a fair and just experience to users of all races, we need to understand what the platform looks like to people of different races and ethnicities and whether it can satisfy them or not."
After user responses are collected, the data will be deidentified, shared, and archived and analyzed at a handful of research institutions, including Texas Southern University, University of Central Florida, Northeastern University, and Oasis Labs. Instagram has announced in a post that individual responses will not be linked to user accounts and that the company will only review general data by institutions.
The description of this post reads: "The information collected gives us the opportunity to better understand the experiences that different communities have on Instagram. For example, how our platform might affect different groups of people and what if we make changes to equalize the experience for all users.
In 2020, Instagram created a team tasked with It was a review of this company's algorithms on the experience of different races. Last fall, Meta, the parent company of Instagram and Facebook, announced that it was working on a way to examine the experience of people in less developed countries with its technologies.
Many legal groups have long criticized Facebook and other social media platforms. have asked to examine how their systems affect people's race, and there have also been numerous media reports about how some of these platforms discriminate between people of different races.
In recent years, Instagram It has turned its platform into one of the most popular applications in the world by providing new and useful features. While the managers of this company are interested in maintaining this trend, they plan to add other new features to this widely used social network. Boosted Reel is a feature that the platform is working on to support local small businesses. This new feature will appear in the main feed, stories, rails section and even explorer. But the necessary condition to turn your Reels videos into advertisements is that the duration of your videos should be less than 60 seconds and have an aspect ratio of 9:16.
Previously, Mark Zuckerberg By publishing a post on Twitter, he announced the new payment capability of this platform and said that to start, users should send a message to their desired stores on Instagram through the direct section. Also, with this new feature, they can now pay for orders directly in their Instagram Direct.
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