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Threads tests in-app camera shortcut and drafting

Drafts and an in-app camera are the two features that Meta said it had started testing on Thursday according to a statement. According to Adam Mosseri, the president of Instagram, only a select few users have access to both of these functionalities.

The unfortunate reality is that users who have access to the draft can only save a single post. Within the composer, you have the ability to construct the article that you may wish to submit at a later time, and then just swipe down to save the draft. When there is a saved draft that you have not yet submitted, the Threads app displays a different composer symbol in the bottom bar. This makes it easier to find the draft.

In conjunction with the introduction of the new drafts function, Mark Zuckerberg shared a photograph by means of the newly introduced camera shortcut that opens inside the composer. When you want to submit a picture to Threads in a hurry, this shortcut will make it simpler for you to do so. However, it is not quite obvious if you will have access to fundamental editing tools, such as cropping the picture.

According to Nima Owji, an app researcher, this upgrade comes at a time when X is considering adopting carousels that are similar to those seen on Threads for the purpose of displaying photographs.

Threads is trying to provide more options for interaction for its more than 130 million active users, who are now using the platform. The firm began testing cross-posting features from Facebook earlier this month and added hot topics earlier this month as well.

Juliet P.
Author: Juliet P.

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