Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Facebook-owned Instagram is trying an exceptionally valuable feature that will enable clients to feel more secure about their protection. The photo sharing platform will soon alert users when somebody is recording or taking screenshot of their ‘Stories’. When some person takes a screenshot of one of your ‘Stories’, a sun-shaped image will show up close by their name in the Story Views section, as indicated. The move, which fills in as an uplifting news to privacy-conscious users, aligns Instagram Stories considerably more with Snapchat. It is significant that Snapchat as of now offers a comparable component on its stage. The component, notwithstanding, is still being developed stage yet is well on the way to advance toward the last form of the application at some point or another. ‘Stories’ naturally self-destruct following 24 hours, unless obviously, one chooses to add them to the ‘Story Highlights’ area on their profile. Be that as it may, the screenshot and screen-recording feature basically enable one to influence perpetual duplicates of the post on the off chance that they to need to. Preceding Stories, Instagram had revealed the component for private messaging. A year ago, Facebook presented a comparative component for on its platform. The function enabled clients to shield their profile pictures from another person taking screen captures or downloading them on the PC. If somebody does as such, Facebook will alert the client. Instagram’s new security include, be that as it may, isn’t idiot proof. A few clients on Twitter called attention to that the component doesn’t work when taking a screenshot on flight mode on their telephone. The mode, which debilitates Wi-Fi and portable radios, doesn’t trigger Instagram cautioning. Likewise, there’s an third party application called Story Reposter that gives you a chance to download others’ Instagram Stories without letting the individual who transferred the Story know.