Adam Mosseri, Facebook
Beck Diefenbach | Reuters
Facebook Instagram property is going to check hiding "like" expects this week as a way to make the "environment less pressure" on the application, the head of Instagram Adam Mosseri announced Tuesday.
"We want people to worry a little less about how much love they get on Instagram and spend a little more time connecting with the people they care about," said Mosseri during the keynote the F8, the annual conference of software Facebook developers in San – Jose California.
In testing, there is no longer shows the number of people who liked the post. Users will be able to look at someone who loved his own office, but they can not see how many likes to post someone else is, if they do not find it manually. Creator for the post will be able to see their own how to calculate if they want to do it, Mosseri said.
"We do not want, Instagram, to feel like the competition," he said.
Hidden as a counter test on the & # 39 announcement comes as Instagram is expanding its efforts to combat online bullying, a problem that plagues many young users of the application. Mosseri also spoke about other efforts Service is considering anti-bullying, a feature that would prompt users if they're going to publish an aggressive comment.
"What we aim to do is to fight against Internet hooliganism," said Mosseri.
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