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Instagram might be developing School Stories that only students from certain schools can see or add to.

The company is also taking steps to guarantee the new feature will be bullying-free.

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According to TechCrunch, Instagram is working on collaborative School Stories.

Jane Manchun Wong discovered the project, explaining that only certain school’s students will be able to see or contribute to the stories once Instagram launches it.

Wong and TechCruch also note that the School Stories will be reviewed manually “to make sure the community is safe.”

This adds to the app’s anti-bullying initiatives. In October, it announced it started using artificial intelligence to root out bullying in photos and captions. The same technology is also being applied to live videos.

According to the company head head Adam Mosseri, it’s more than someone simply reporting an inappropriate image or comment.

“Online bullying is complex,” he says, “and we know we have more work to do to further limit bullying and spread kindness on Instagram. That’s why today we’re announcing our latest tools to help combat bullying, including a new way to identify and report bullying in photos. We’re also introducing a camera effect to help spread kindness in Stories.”

Instagram hasn’t commented on the School Stories project yet and there is no information about if and when the feature will be released.

However, Wong notes the company has been working on it since June with a project named “School Tag” for college students.

“School Tags show in bio, including the name of the college, class year, and major,” she writes.

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The app recently announced a partnership with Soundcloud that lets users share the songs they’ve been listening to and post them to their Stories.

Once users download the newest version of SoundCloud’s app, all they have to do is find the track they want to post and hit the share icon at the bottom of their screens. When doing so, they’ll hit the Instagram icon or select the “Share to Instagram Stories” option (which depends on the phone you’re using.).

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