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Gone are the slow-loading square photos overlaid with words; in their place is a Twitter-like feed with snippets of text.
Now you see at least two feeds: secrets from your friends, and secrets from your city or school.While you can still leave public comments on a secret, tapping on a user’s avatar will now let you contact the author of a post directly.Each chat gets a random label, like "Hidden Village" or "Magical Theater," to help you distinguish them from one another."We believe that no one should ever have to feel alone — and should be able to put themselves out there, even if they feel like they’re not in the majority." The location-based feed lets you post to your location without worrying that your friends will recognize you by identifying details; your post will be labeled only with your location.Social networks that cloak identity have never been more popular — or more highly valued.