The Picuki Instagram is a newer social media platform that has been gaining attention over the past few months. At first glance, Picuki looks like a normal Instagram clone and if you haven’t looked into it too much before, you might not even realize there is anything different about Picuki at all…
But don’t let Picuki’s appearance fool you; what lies underneath is something completely unique and unlike any other website on the internet. Let’s take a look!
Meeting People One of the main differences between Picuki and other websites such as Facebook or Twitter is that Picuki doesn’t have “friends” – instead, everyone on Picuki has their own profile page. This means that everyone starts off as strangers to each other; you can like or comment on the posts of other Picuki users, but otherwise, Picuki is a website where you can connect with strangers and form your own online community. Picuki even has its own search bar at the top which allows you to search for specific people based on their username; this helps you find and follow people who share similar interests with you. Picuki Instagram also organizes everyone’s posts into different categories called “categories” which make it easy to filter posts; we’ll get more into that later in this article!
Using Picuki You’ll notice that when you visit the Picuki website itself, there aren’t too many features that stand out – just some text boxes and buttons. That’s because Picuki is actually meant to be used on Picuki’s official mobile apps! Picuki Instagram also has a Facebook Messenger chatbot where you can talk to other Picuki users, and if you want to get even more involved with Picuki there is an IRC (internet relay chat) server at irc.picuki.org.
Categorizing Posts Picuki categorizes the posts of every user into categories, which are sort of like “hashtags” that have been around for much longer than Instagram hashtags have! Categories were originally intended to group similar types of content together, but because not everyone uses them or even knows about them it doesn’t do that much anymore – they’re still useful for grouping similar things together by topic so you can still find what you’re looking for, though. Picuki actually has a bunch of categories and Picuki staff can create new ones when they feel like it; some popular categories include #music, #food, and #travel.
One thing we should mention is that Picuki doesn’t have specific hashtags anymore! Picuki instagram still has the same activity page where you can view all the posts with a certain hashtag together to stay up-to-date on current events, but hashtags are no longer required to post or search content. Picuki thinks this encourages users to be more creative with their usernames!
Searching For Content Picuki also lets you filter posts in different ways using the search bar at the top of every page; this helps you find posts that are similar to something you’re looking for, or sometimes just posts based on Picuki staff suggestions. You can search for anything Picuki has categorized, including specific users’ profiles and usernames .
So… What’s The Difference? Picuki instagram is meant to help people find their interests and connect with each other online in a way that isn’t creepy or self-centered, but because Picuki doesn’t have many features yet it will take time for the Picuki community to grow! We hope more people try out Picuki so we can all have a great place where we can share our interests safely with others.