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12 February 2018, 02:50 | Cameron Gross
Instagram is reportedly working on a new feature that will warn you if someone takes a screenshot of your story.
Instagram is a social media platform that has become massively popular in the recent times for sharing photos and videos from the personal life, as well as some of the professional level images, are also uploaded there.
Though it's all meant for security goal, taking screenshots of the posted stories were however unrestricted. However, the one who took the screenshot will get a preemptive warning saying, "Next time you take a screenshot or screen recording, the person who posted the story will be able to see". Literally, most of the IG users exploited this technique to save the posted stories, and the creator, of course, will be unknown of the fact. With this new feature, a circle shutter icon will display next to the name of the account that has screen grabbed your content. Story owners otherwise won't be alerted when someone takes a screenshot - they can only tell after manually checking the "seen by" list.
Surprisingly, user who have put the original post won't be shown any alert when somebody takes a screenshot.
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