Maybe we'll get an Instagram mute button and a bunch of other features, I hope. Twitter user @wongmjane reported on various tests that Instagram has been running or is currently testing. Jane Wong seems to be a computer science student who apparently sees through the code of the app.
Instagram has said The Verge that she "does not have anything to say on this subject" as far as the apparent tests are concerned. While they are unconfirmed for now, it is at least fun to imagine that they are legitimate and that Instagram is thinking of improving its platform with some of these changes.
Let's go over all the tests that Wong allegedly revealed [1
It looks like people could react in real time, based on the above-mentioned laughing smilies. You could also use emoji in answers, much like stickers in iMessage.
Two: Slow Motion Recording Mode
Every vlogger loves slow motion mode, so this would probably be appreciated by people who do not want to rely on their phone's built-in slow-motion features or people who have older phones without slow motion  Three: A profile mute button
This would probably work in a similar way to the Twitter mute button, which mutes people in your feed without shutting them down. You can look as if you still care, even if you do not.
Four: Instagram Stories Calendar View
If you look at your Instagram archive, you essentially see a grid of your old stories. It's not very easy to navigate, so a calendar view would definitely be appreciated.