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¡Genial! Instagram trae nueva actualización [+Fotos]

miércoles 13/12/2017
2:01 PM
  • María Bencomo

  • @versionfinal

  • Referencial

La red favorita en el mundo, Instagram, nuevamente vuelve a sorprender a sus usuarios con su nueva actualización que promete ser más interactiva, pero no entre seguidores sino con sus “hashtags”.

¡Como lo acaban de leer!

Instagram realizó una nueva actualización de su plataforma para que sus seguidores tuvieran una forma de mantenerse conectados con sus intereses en la red social con la sorpresa de seguir sus hashtags favoritos.

En su perfil de Instagram oficial hicieron el anuncio con varias fotografías de personas que ya estaban creando sus propios hashtags para que los puedan seguir y ver sus contenidos.

¿Cómo puedo seguir los hashtags?

Pues muy fácil, es como seguir a un amigo. Puedes ubicarlos por el buscador o simplemente acceder a uno desde el texto de una publicación.

Cuando logres seguirlo, de inmediato te aparecerán las publicaciones más relevantes.

¿Qué opinas?

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