18.03 2020 12:04h

Instagram Might Introduce Another New Stories Feature Very Soon

And it might be one of the best ways to combat self-isolation boredom
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Content creators stuck at home due to self-isolation will be glad to know that some of their favorite platforms are looking at rolling out ton new goodies in the near future – which could very well prevent us from going stir-crazy at home.

Instagram will, apparently, be rolling out another new Stories feature in the near future…

"Mirror" mode is currently in testing and will (apparently) split a user's screen into varying types of "reflected views", according to Social Media Today.

Reverse-engineering mastermind Jane Manchun Wong spotted this soon-to-be rolled out feature and shared a sneak peak of five different layouts within a screenshot on her Twitter account (@wongmjane).

Instagram is no stranger to introducing new features for its users. Just take a look at the past features Instagram has released in the past three months of 2020 alone, according to Social Media Today:

IG Stories is one of the most popular features on the platform and creators are always finding new ways of thinking up fun ideas when making the most of their Story.

It's important to note, however, Instagram has not released word on when "Mirror" mode will be rolled out. 

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.

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