In 2016, Instagram started messing with customers’ feeds, a lot to followers’ chagrin. The posts they’d see from the accounts they adopted weren’t so as of after they have been posted, however so as of what the app’s algorithm decided to be price taking a look at.
Fortunately, there is perhaps some respite. Reverse engineer extraordinaire, Jane Manchun Wong, tweeted about a function at the moment being examined, that can enable you to see the most recent posts you missed out on.
Instagram is engaged on “Newest Posts” feed for catching up feed posts
This sounds just like the chronological feed persons are asking for. Related, however not the identical 👀 pic.twitter.com/AUMwlZGtUr
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) February 14, 2020
As Wong famous, this shall be a separate part and never an choice to modify timelines. Ideally, Instagram ought to comply with Twitter and simply give us a toggle so we will swap to a chronological timeline. However I assume one thing is best than nothing.
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At present, Instagram exhibits a “you’re all caught up” message for those who’ve gone by means of all posts from the final 48 hours in your timeline. However these posts aren’t essentially in chronological order.
We’ll hold an eye fixed out for this function’s rollout and let you know the way to make use of it when it arrives.