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  1. Facebook has gone ahead and done it. The company begun hiding the number of likes that posts have received, starting today in Australia.

    You will see “John Doe and others” instead of “John Doe and 15 others” under your post. App researcher Jane Manchun Wong uncovered this test from a beta version of the social network’s app, earlier this month.
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  2. Instagram users may soon gain access to a ‘Mute’ option along with a slew of other features. A Twitter user that goes by the name of @wongmjane went on to post a couple of images that appear to showcase various tests that officials at Instagram are conducting. For the uninitiated, Jane Wong is a computer science student who was looking through the photo-editing app’s code when he came across the speculated additions.

    According to a report by The Verge, Instagram did not have anything to share on the upcoming features at the moment. Even though they haven’t confirmed the apparent tests, it’s still exciting to think about how Instagram is working towards improving the user experience. Following given are some of the features that might be added in the near future.
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