How to use Instagram for entrapment films
If you want to make a romantic comedy about a hippie who becomes trapped in an urban jungle and must fight his way out, you’re in luck.
Instagram has added a feature that lets you embed videos of you filming yourself, as well as anyone else who has recorded a similar scene.
The feature was created by an app developer who is working on an app called Entrapment Film, which is available on the Instagram app for Android.
It’s meant to help you create a “trap” that will make you appear to be a part of the action, so that it will stick around for the rest of the film.
It has already been added to two videos of the Entrap of the Month series, and Entrapments will be included in an upcoming film.
But Entrap, like Entrap Film, is not for everyone.
The company has now disabled the feature, which was meant to be in the beta, according to the blog post on Instagram.
Instagram users have also expressed concerns about the app’s “entrapments” feature.
For instance, one person said that it would “totally trap me” and that “if you want me to be trapped, you must record me doing anything.”
“It will be incredibly tempting for someone to take advantage of your entrapments, even if you didn’t ask them to,” the person wrote.
Instagram’s Entrap feature also appears to have caused a few headaches for some users, as it was disabled by mistake, and now the company is removing the feature.
The Entrap film series is an effort by Instagram to try to combat the negative press that has surrounded the company’s recent product changes.
The social media platform recently announced that it is cutting the number of featured videos to 2,000 from 5,000.
Instagram said the change is necessary to “focus on the content we know matters most to the community.”
In an interview with Mashable, the company said that its entrap feature is not an effort to get people to stop using Instagram or other platforms, but rather to try and improve the quality of content on the platform.
“This is about us getting the best content for our users,” Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom said.
“We think it’s great, we’re really excited about it, and we think it will help us continue to build great products and services.”