New Location for the Instagram Engineering Blog

**Instagram Engineering Content Now Posted on Engineering at Meta Blog**

In order to improve the efficiency of our internal blog operations, we have decided to relocate all future Instagram Engineering content to the Engineering at Meta blog. This shift will enable us to provide more consistent updates on the groundbreaking engineering work happening at Instagram.

**Why the Change?**

The decision to move our content to the Engineering at Meta blog was made to streamline our internal processes and enhance the overall user experience. By consolidating our engineering blog posts into one platform, we can better organize and showcase the innovative work being done at Instagram.

**What to Expect**

By transitioning to the Engineering at Meta blog, we will be able to provide regular and engaging content regarding the engineering advancements taking place at Instagram. Our updated blog format will allow us to share in-depth insights, technical knowledge, and behind-the-scenes stories about the creation and improvement of Instagram’s features and functionalities.

**Stay Connected for Future Content**

To ensure you don’t miss out on any of our future content, we encourage you to follow our social media platforms. By doing so, you will stay updated on the latest news, announcements, and engineering breakthroughs from Instagram:

– Follow us on [Instagram Engineering Medium](—–85de9ab8d90f——————————–)
– Follow us on [Instagram Engineering Instagram](—–85de9ab8d90f——————————–)

We look forward to sharing our engineering journey and connecting with our valued audience through the Engineering at Meta blog and our social media channels. Stay tuned for exciting updates and insights into the technological advancements powering Instagram’s success.

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