London entrepreneurs Michael Blakeley and Rupert Coney launch new dating and friendship app clikd – the ‘Instagram’ of the dating world, where people can use photos to build their own personalised dating app.
Clikd, live in the app stores now in Beta form and live for purchase in April, uses photography based questions to bring together elements of photo sharing and social networking in its bid to help its users find friendship or dating.
The new archive option appears to have started rolling to users today and Instagram confirmed its existence in a statement to Tech Crunch.
Essentially, users now have the option “archive” a post rather than delete it altogether.
Don’t make the mistake of ignoring your Instagram bio and missing out on your chance to introduce yourself to followers, and lurkers alike!