Okay... that's a little dramatic but if there's one social media app we're most obsessed with, it's the 'gram.
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After adding GIFS and the poll slider on Instagram Stories, they have now added another interactive feature: question stickers.
According to a press release Insta, you add a "Questions Sticker" to your Story and allow friends to ask you questions.
On your friends' end, they will see a response bar that they can then submit questions for you to answer.
When you receive the questions, you are able to choose which ones to answer. Your responses will be then shared on your story.
While you can see who wrote each question in your viewers' list, other people won't be able to see who asked the questions you'rs answering.