Instagram’s new test feature shows who has taken a screenshot of your story

You may want to think twice about taking a screenshot of someone’s Instagram story, because they’ll soon be able to see exactly who is creeping.

The popular photo and video sharing app is reportedly testing a new feature which shows the user who has taken a screenshot.

All they have to do is go into the ‘who has viewed my story’ section and whoever has a little star symbol next to their name means they have screen-shotted the image.

This is what it will look like:

It’s not yet known when the feature will be rolled out.

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Charming Zoo sloth finds love just in time for Valentine’s Day

If a sloth can manage to find love this Valentine’s Day, then maybe there’s still hope for you yet…

Love is in the air at the Beardsley Zoo in Connecticut with Jabba the two-toed sloth getting a new lady friend just in time for the annual day of love.

The Zoo revealed the adorable news in a post on Facebook, stating the pair will be “spending Valentine’s Day weekend getting to know each other off exhibit–S-L-O-W-L-Y”.

“Jabba has Hope for love at Valentine’s Day, with the addition of our new Sloth, Hope!” the Zoo wrote.

“Jabba and Hope are currently getting to know each other by occupying space side by side in the Animal Health Care Center.

“Both are Two-Toed sloths, a species found in Central and South America.”

It seems Jabba may finally be set to put his Bachelor days behind him… good on ya Jabba!

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“Australia is not a country”: Professor replaced after failing student over nation’s status

Australians all let us rejoice, for we are young and free. But, apparently we are NOT a country. What?

That was what an American student was told, after her Professor failed her for an assignment where she was asked to compare a social norm in the US and another country.

Ashley Arnold is completing an online sociology degree with Southern New Hampshire University and her confrontation with her Professor has made international headlines.

For the assignment, the 27-year-old from Idaho chose social media use as her “norm” and Australia as her country.

But when the stay-at-home mum got her grade back, she had been failed because, according to the teacher, “Australia is a continent; not a country.”

Arnold told BuzzFeed she then exchanged a number of emails with her professor, where she was forced to explain Australia is in fact a country, providing links to the evidence.

“With her education levels, her expertise, who wouldn’t know Australia is a country?” asked Arnold. “If she’s hesitating or questioning that, why wouldn’t she just google that herself?”

The professor insisted on conducting her own “independent research” before coming back with a new grade: a B+. But never apologized for the error.

Arnold complained to the uni and eventually got an apology, was assigned another professor and would be refunded on her $1,000 class.

“To our friends in Australia, we know that you are a country & a continent,” SNHU posted on Twitter. “Best of luck in the Olympic games!”

WATCH: Tourism Australia’s official Dundee ad has been unveiled

I’m sorry to break it to you, but… Dundee the movie, isn’t actually a movie.

After two weeks of teasers, it was finally revealed that the Dundee trailer, which stars some of Australia’s most-loved actors, is in fact a giant ad for the country which aired during today’s Super Bowl in the US.

“The greatest name in the outback is back in the outback! Only this time, Dundee isn’t a Hollywood movie. It’s a giant tourism ad for Australia,” Tourism Australia wrote on their official website.

“Thirty years after Crocodile Dundee first introduced the world to the land down under, Chris Hemsworth and Danny McBride bring the iconic Aussie franchise back as they embark on the trip of a lifetime.

“And while the film’s plot may not be real, Danny’s adventure through Australia’s outback, white sand beaches, gorgeous wineries and bustling cities are what truly await every visitor.”

The brilliant campaign, which encourages tourists to visit the land down under, has now started a worldwide petition, with thousands of people calling for a reboot of the 1986 classic, Crocodile Dundee.


IKEA launches individual doonas for couple’s who fight over the bed covers

Brace yourself, because your sleep is never, ever going to be the same again…

Swedish furniture giant IKEA has come to the rescue of thousands of couples who find themselves fighting over the bed covers every. single. night.

Introducing… the ‘TOG-ether bundle’ – a genius invention which consists of two single duvets instead of one double.

Finally, we can say goodbye to sleepless nights spent trying to tackle the doona back from our other half.

“Many of us find that not getting a good night’s sleep is becoming a regular occurrence,” Carol McSeveny, Textiles Leader from IKEA UK & Ireland said in a statement about the bundle.

“This is why we have introduced this traditional Swedish sleep trend of using two single duvets instead of a double.”

According to IKEA, the bundle comes as a result of research that found 61% of people believe they never get enough shut eye for a number of reasons including having the covers stolen, being too hot or cold  and snoring.

At the moment the individual doona covers are only available in the UK, but here’s hoping the trend catches on in Australia before winter!