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Instagram Turned a User’s Tweet Into a Feature Overnight

It moved fast and didn’t break anything

Images courtesy of Twitter and Instagram.

AtAt 8:09 on Wednesday evening, Musa Tariq of San Francisco tweeted at Instagram with an idea for a product tweak. Platforms as big as Instagram get unsolicited feature requests all the time, from all kinds of people. But this time, it worked.




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