Instagram gets group video chat, so we can all waste even more time in its app

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Just in case you needed another excuse to spend more time in Instagram, you can now add the photo-sharing service to the list of apps that support group video calls. Instagram is rolling out its group video chat features starting today, along with a redesigned Explore tab and new augmented reality features for Stories. SEE ALSO: Snapchat could soon get its own version of Instagram's Boomerang First teased last month during Facebook's F8 conference, video chat is part of Instagram Direct. You can launch video calls of up to four people from chats in your inbox. One of the nice features is that the app allows you to multitask while on a call, so you can keep browsing your feed, or post to your Story, while chatting.