It is currently not feasible for users to add moderators to their Instagram lives.
Instagram, the popular photo and video sharing network, is working on a new tool that will allow live broadcasters to add moderators to their streams while they are live. The new functionality is intended for the platform’s live content makers.
The option was revealed by Alessandro Paluzzi, the app’s reverse engineer, who stated that the business is working on a feature that would allow users to appoint moderators to their live feeds.
The option will be introduced to the application’s Live Settings, according to 9to5Mac, and it will make it easier for content producers to designate a moderator. According to Paluzzi, Instagram will only allow users to add one moderator to live streaming.
The new function is said to be in the works, and there is no word on when it will be available in the official app. It is currently not feasible for users to add moderators to their Instagram lives.
The ‘likes’ option, which is identical to Facebook’s, is also accessible for Stories, according to the reverse engineer.
Users will be able to see the number of likes they have received from their followers, much like the number of views on their stories.
The Instagram programmer also published a screenshot of how the ‘likes’ would appear on the app once it is publicly available.