Instagram is taking another step towards becoming a true platform for political conversations.
Today, Instagram announced that it will be allowing users to post messages directly from their accounts that will be edited, tagged and captioned to show a picture of the user’s face in a caption that will not appear in the posts.
The news comes in the wake of President Donald Trump’s tweets that he was running for office on Instagram.
Earlier this week, Trump tweeted a picture showing him in a red suit, as if he was posing for a photo with his dog.
He also tweeted that he would be using Instagram in an effort to make the American people “feel good” about the election results.
While the move does not change the way Instagram handles its content, it does allow users to create content that will remain accessible to those who use the platform, rather than just those who can afford to pay for a premium account.
Instagram said that it is still evaluating the move, and it is looking to see how it will help the company’s advertisers.
It also announced that there will be more political posts in the app, but they will not be featured in a way that can be found on Facebook or other social networks.