Instagram has recently introduced its new direct messaging options in order to make the social media platform a bit more versatile and interactive. But you can't draw on friends' pictures.
The Remix Photo features lets you edit, resize and include the existing photos in new photos, like the pictures above.
In addition, you now have control over replays - you can pick "one view" for the messages you only want seen once, or "allow replay" if that's no issue. So no, no one's trying to keep you from the joy of an update, it's just how the system works.
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All of these updates are now live in Instagram version 24 for Android and iOS. You still have the option to fade away after a one-time view, too, so people can be as ephemeral, or as semi-permanent as they want to be.
Instagram today announced the launch of a new "Remix" feature for Direct Messages on its platform. With this new version, however, you have the option of allowing images to replay. To pause a loop, simply tap and hold. Likely, by the time they respond, the issue will have resolved itself, but if you have a feeling your account is being glitchy, or you've had similar issues like this in the past, send them a note! When they've addressed your issue, you'll get a notification from Instagram regarding your report.
You can now send "remixed", or edited, photos back and forth to any of your followers.