Instagram: Social media platform Instagram released a special guideline for women on the occasion of Women’s Day 2021.
Instagram has said that social media can empower. In front of us, there are countless ways through which women are expressing themselves creatively on Instagram.
She is building an ecosystem for support and turning her passion into a lifestyle.
Over the past year, we have had many examples, such as #SareeChallenge, #DontRushChallenge, #RedDotChallenge and #ActAgainstAbuse, #ChallengeAccepted.
Hate comments, trolling and negative comments in direct messages can spoil a person’s online experience.
In such a situation, women can protect themselves on Instagram with the help of these 9 tools.
Instagram special guideline for women on the occasion of Women’s Day 2021 –
By changing your account to a personal account, you can control who can see the content you post.
Through a personal account, you can delete any followers without being blocked.
In the event of having a personal account, no one can see your content, which they have not approved.
Additionally, you can delete followers, choose who can comment on your posts.
With this, you can turn off “show activity status”, and because of this, none of your friends will know about you online.
Through two-factor authentication, you can increase the security level of your account.
Due to this feature, when you enter your profile through an unknown device, you need an SMS security code.
If you have activated two-factor authentication, you must enter a special login code each time to login or confirm the login attempt.
Because of this, you will know when you try to log in from an unknown device.
There are several ways to activate two-factor authentication, which you can use in your Instagram account.
Instagram allows you to control whether you can decide which comment is offensive or bullying.
The app has many built-in features that automatically remove offensive words and phrases and make threatening and threatening comments.
If you want, you can make a list of words and emoji that you do not want to see in your comments section.
For this, you have to use ‘filter’ in the comment control section of the post. Who can tag or mentor you,
Someone is intimidated or targeted using tags and mentions.
So Instagram has launched a new control with the help of which you can make sure who tags or mentions you.
Under this, you can choose everyone, only the person you follow or has no tag or advice to you.
To block someone who does not want to show your post:
Even if you do not have your own personal account, you can decide who can see and follow you on Instagram.
This can be done with the help of a blocking tool. To block an account, go to the account profile and open ‘…’ in the menu at the top right and then click on ‘Block User‘.
You can stop swiping left on someone’s comment via the Privacy tab in Settings or you can do the same with the profile you want to ban.
Once banned, any post you post will only be commented on by the person you have banned.
By tapping ‘See Comment’ in your smartphone, you can view the comments and approve or delete them.
You will not receive any information regarding comments made by the restricted account.
Those who have a Creator or Business Account have the option to choose who can give them DM (Direct Message).
Report harassment or copying:
If you see something suspicious or a post that you think violates our guidelines, report it!
Anyone can report posts / comments, DM, Lives, stories, IGTV, and reels content to profiles / accounts on Instagram.
Last Updated on March 5, 2021 by admin