San Francisco– Meta’s Threads users are reporting a new feature where they can keep their posts off Instagram and Facebook platforms.

Several Threads users said that the platform now allows them to opt-out of having their posts suggested on Instagram and/or Facebook.

Meta is apparently rolling out this new Threads features slowly to all users, according to reports.

To keep Threads posts from showing up on other Meta platforms, tap the two lines in the top right of the Threads app, Privacy, Suggesting posts on other apps.

Meanwhile, Instagram head Adam Mosseri has announced some new features on the web version of Threads, including the copy and paste option and add multiple posts option.

Users can now copy and paste or drag and drop media attachments to their posts and can add multiple posts to a thread before publishing.

In addition, Mosseri mentioned users will now be able to see quotes and reposts by clicking into likes or views on a post.

According to Meta Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Threads now has over 100 million monthly active users.

Mosseri also said that the company is working on a Threads application programming interface (API) to help developers build different apps and experiences around the X rival.

In a post, he said Instagram is working on the API feature.

“We’re working on it. My concern is that it’ll mean a lot more publisher content and not much more creator content, but it still seems like something we need to get done,” Mosseri added. (IANS)