You can use Instagram Reels helpful hints to generate engaging short video content, but you can’t post video content longer than 60 seconds at this time. Since Instagram is actively working on expanding Reels to allow longer videos to be shared on the platform, this may soon change as well as IGTOK did. Let’s take a closer look at these specifics.
Instagram 90 Seconds Reels
According to reputable tipster and reverse engineer Alessandro Paluzzi’s recent Twitter post, Instagram is working on increasing the maximum duration of Reels videos to 90 seconds. The current 60-second Reel limit is most likely to be replaced by this.
Reels can be made longer if this happens, which will allow users to make there own short videos more interesting to include a lot more content. Note that Paluzzi’s reverse engineering skills allowed him to get into this change, but you can’t get into it yet. We’re also unsure if (or when) it will be included in the final, stable release.
In 2020, Instagram launched Reels to start competing with TikTok, a short-video app that had become extremely popular. In India, where TikTok was prohibited in the same year, this served as a TikTok replacement. As a result, the Meta-owned company has incorporated a number of TikTok-like features into Reels. Instagram, on the other hand, is sticking to the 60-second limit for Reels, despite TikTok increasing its limit to three minutes last year.
Instagram is expected to release the feature in a future update to compete with TikTok head-to-head. What do users think of the 90-second Reels? It’s a win-win situation for everyone involved. You may ask your query in the comment section below and follow this blog.