Instagram doesn’t want recycled content on its platform. The social network, which has just published a best practices guide for creators, no longer wants to see TikTok videos in Reels, its short video format.
To encourage users to stop this practice as soon as possible, Instagram has just announced that its recommendation algorithm, which automatically suggests videos to Reels users, will be changed to no longer recommend TikTok videos.
Among the tips found in this best practice guide, Instagram recommends that Reels users post vertical videos using only music and sounds present in the platform’s library, start topics on which other users can bounce off.
Also, videos posted to Reels that are covered in text, blurry, or that display a logo or watermark (such as TikTok videos), will no longer be recommended in the general feed.
Source : The Verge
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