You can choose between two view modes: In timeline view, you can see an estimated reading time for articles coming from sources in the Opera catalog; alternatively, you can switch to a more magazine-like format.One of the most popular feature requests we’ve been getting for our browser has been to add an RSS reader.Your feedback matters a lot to us when we’re planning our roadmap.As such, Opera’s news reader now supports RSS feeds, too!The submissions began to flood in, and Rakowski instituted a system where followers could submit their writing once a month.In a single 48-hour period, she would receive upwards of 500 submissions, which she would then slowly post over the course of the next month, complete with each user’s Instagram handle so that other people could send them direct messages.The key to the app will still be users’ text descriptions. I feel like writing directly about yourself and your desires has made for deeper connections.” This is particularly important, Rakowski says, for the queer community, where language is a primary mode for self-identification: In the posts, people describe themselves with monikers like “tender gendered,” “butch emotional laborer,” “latinx switchy-witch,” and “power bottom-leaning.”“I think language is really important for queer people because there are all these different words to describe who you are that just don’t exist in the straight world,” she says.“Maybe there’s a rejection of the Tinder culture, because you’re just looking at a person’s kind of shitty, badly lit selfie,” she says. “It’s almost like a code language.”The personals, each limited to 45 words, are also similar to a familiar form of modern communication: the text message.
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But how do you design an app with no images that stays true to the DIY vibe of the original Instagram community?
The key to Rakowski’s vision for the Personals app is that it remains text-only–though users will still need to log in through Instagram, a measure that Rakowski hopes will keep the trolls out.