The video feed has been redesigned to allow you to use multiple clips at once.
Instead of a frame, you can now add text and images to the frame to make it more visually appealing.
The feature will be available in beta for a week.
You can view the video on your device or subscribe to it through the app.
The new Instagram app has had a few bugs recently.
Earlier this week, the feed crashed for a number of users and it took them several minutes to get back to the homepage.
Instagram is looking to get rid of a few of the old bugs that have plagued the platform.
One of those bugs is that sometimes the feed will load in a slightly different frame than the video itself.
This is particularly annoying for those of us who live in countries where the video feed is restricted to 30 frames per second.
As you can see in the image below, a video on Instagram will display differently depending on which frame you are in.
For example, when you are on a small city, it will show up as a small thumbnail instead of a full screen.
You might also notice that the video doesn’t always play in a smooth, flat frame.
We can all relate to that.
The company says that this new frame format will allow Instagram to improve its video experience and improve the experience of our users, which is one of its main goals.
It’s also the first time we’ve seen a new video format used on Instagram.