Added: Yanette Nunnery - Date: 04.12.2021 11:50 - Views: 41137 - Clicks: 7874
in. Do you build consumer products? This is for you. Today, I got a rare Instagram message from a friend with an awesome recommendation. It was blue and enticing. So I clicked it. Ah, the non-pixellated glory of retina. I long pressed the m essage, toggled edit, pressed every button I could think of. No option to report the user. No option to block. Took a screenshot. I searched for the user so I could report him. I clicked the little three dot junk drawer no judgement, every app has them and hit report.
Was taken to a report flow regrettably, I got hopeful and stopped taking screenshots.
Reported him for nudity. Blocked him. Was not asked to provide details; ended up navigating to a support and complaining in the comment box at the bottom, and on Twitter. Medium is now my giant comment box! Went back to messages, and saw the had gone down to 2 message requests. Clicked in. Dickpic still there. Hit edit and manually dismissed all of the messages. Goodbye, penis. Went to my settings. Maybe it was my fault. Uh…where are the privacy settings for messages? I guess I can not click the little blue link on top of my messages folder.
I sometimes click things reflexively. Still, despite its friendly demeanor, I think that feature is forever dead to me. I could change my profile to private, I guess. Except I kind of rely on Instagram as a part of my marketing platform, and I do like publicly connecting with strangers who also climbed that arch in Sedona. Maybe some poor support employee will read my angry comment and ask for the screenshot without the red sad face, ask for proof that I was indeed digitally accosted by a dickpic this afternoon.
Now you see why I keep taking screenshots of everything. I have to keep the dickpic, in case I get the chance to talk to a human about it. Will he get banned? Can they even police private messages? I detailed this process and my thoughts because I want you, a product person, to understand how much someone has to go through when they are abused on platforms. Of course not. In fact, I bet intelligent, nice people had a long debate about whether or not to let strangers send messages at all. How are we going to get anything done if we are so precious about everything?
Someone told me early on in my career that product de is all about edge cases.
If you found your pictoral soulmate on Instagram, you could send them that pic showing them that you, too, hiked up to the top of that arch in Sedona! It also has the bonus of re-using the message components from friends also includes a thumbnailso avoids new system elements. But it feels like everyone got busy on something else and then forgot to finish this feature. They implemented the simplest solution and then never went back to it.
Sorry, Dieter. Simple is not always better. Sometimes simple is way, way worse. If two consenting adults want to privately send penises to each other, is Instagram going to police that behavior? What if the recipient is a minor? And to make matters even more complicated, how to deal with non-public pictures from strangers.
What if someone wants strangers to send them pics of penises? If it were actually addressed, maybe I could say whether or not I want people to send me message requests at all after all, with the cute little alert is visually deed, a message request is as almost as good as a message from someone I follow.
But it may have stopped me from seeing a dickpic today, which pretty much makes me forget every good simple interaction I had on Instagram in the last month. Maybe if this somehow goes viral or if TSwift or Lena Dunham complains about it, like, 23 times. I love Instagram.
Because no one likes an angry female. Consider your edge cases, boys and girls! Get started. Open in app. Ash Huang. in Get started. Get started Open in app. A man sent me a dick pic on Instagram.
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