A new technique for the fake instagram follower that the company is introducing in India is to ask the user for a photo ID that has been verified by the company.
The user will be prompted to enter the photo ID when prompted.
This way, the user can be asked for a number of photos without having to have the photo verified, according to the company’s official blog post.
The blog post says the feature is available for Instagram users in India starting on August 15.
“Instagram does not provide verification for users to verify the identity of the Instagram user,” the blog post read.
“The user needs to ask for the photoID to be verified through a link on the Instagram feed.”
The feature is being rolled out to Instagram users across India starting August 15, with the rollout to other markets starting on September 1.
The Instagram team says it wants to “deliver quality service for users” and hopes to expand it to other platforms soon.
The company said it wants users to take advantage of the feature because “the real value of a follower is not that it is a photo of you, but that it can connect you with other Instagram users.”
Instagram is looking for ways to better integrate the real-time photo sharing feature with its platform.
It has partnered with Indian startups and other companies to make it easier for users who are on mobile to upload and share photos.
Instagram announced this month that it has partnered on a project with Reliance Jio to create a platform that allows users to upload pictures to their profile and then share them with others through Reliance’s video platform.
The platform will allow users to share pictures on their personal profiles and will allow them to follow other users from their account.
Instagram has partnered for some time with Religions media arm to create the platform.
In the past, Instagram has partnered up with Reliks media arm, Reliance Digital Media, to create Religion’s YouTube video service.
The Instagram team said that the service will be available on Android and iOS starting on October 13, and will be rolled out across other platforms later in the year.
Earlier this year, Instagram added a feature that allowed users to follow followers by default in the app.
It also added a photo-stealing feature that made it easier to share fake photos.