Facebook is offering a quick guide on how to make your Instagram accounts secure.
The social network announced the update on Tuesday, adding that it was designed to protect users from phishing emails sent through a link on an Instagram page that could lead to compromised accounts.
This is a serious breach of trust, Facebook says, and we’re going to take immediate action to prevent it from happening again.
Facebook users can access their Instagram account and manage their posts by using a separate, less secure account.
There are a few additional steps users need to take, including updating their password and not sharing any photos from the account with anyone.
You can also set up a PIN to lock out potentially compromised accounts that may have been created by someone else.
Facebook also said that if you are a verified member of a Facebook group or app, your posts will appear in the group or you will not see your post on the group’s pages.
Facebook says it will continue to investigate the phishing scams and that its tools are constantly being updated to block the type of attacks that could potentially compromise your accounts.
Facebook is also adding a new feature that allows you to share photos and videos with other users.
As an example, you can share your favorite Instagram pictures and videos to another Instagram user or you can use the camera app to capture and share the image to a friend, friend, or family member.
You can share images and videos directly to your Instagram by using the camera icon, tapping the gear icon, and then selecting the ‘share’ icon.
When sharing a photo to a Facebook friend or a family member, you will see the option to ‘share photos directly with them’, which allows you use the same camera settings that you would if you were sharing the image directly with someone else on the social network.
Facebook says that you can also choose to automatically pin posts and content to your Facebook account if you choose to do so.
If you choose, your photos and content will be pinned to your account when you share them to Facebook.