Instagram now lets you limit who can comment on your pics

Jacob Kastrenakes, writing for The Verge;

Instagram is launching a handful of new tools today to combat harassment and help its community members.

The first of those is much requested: the ability to limit who can comment on your photos. Instagram now gives everyone with a public account the ability to limit comments to only people they follow, only their followers, or both their followers and people they follow. Public and private accounts will continue to have the ability to turn off comments entirely, but it appears to still be on a post-by-post basis.

This will give your IG post some degree of privacy.

You can read Instagram’s full announcement here.

Comments are back!

Since I relaunched the site, I’m also opening the site for other people to comment and discuss the topics that I’m posting here.

There’s nothing more engaging than a good discussion on a topic that you like, with that said I’m enabling the comment feature back on the site. You will however need to access the permalink of the article in order to post a comment.

Few rules for commenters;

  1. Be respectful. Your opinion may be different but don’t force other people to agree with you.
  2. This is the internet, never take it personally and whatever you put online will be available forever.
  3. No trolling, harassing and bashing of other people.
  4. No posting of personal information of others.
  5. Stick to the topic, if you can’t then use this page.
  6. More to come…
  7. I can and will delete any comment/s and ban any commenters that I find inappropriate.

Hint: Permalink = date.

Ciao!