The feature is now in testing with a small number of Instagram users, so there is no way to know if and when it will be rolled out to everyone. "We're focusing on optimizing the order - all the posts will still be there, just in a different order". Chronological feed all the way!
Instagram is said to be working on a new feature which can take regramming to the next level. And the inability of sharing posts on Instagram like the retweet feature on Twitter and the sharing feature on Facebook has become one drawback that Instagram users face every now and then.
Secondly, the Facebook-owned company plans to show more recent posts in your feed.
If you don't tap the button, you'll keep scrolling right on through without Instagram automatically refreshing. "Your feed will feel more fresh".
Last year, Instagram introduced the ability to follow hashtags, making it easier than ever to find content you like and make sure it crops up into your feed. This new update will include a "New posts" button, giving users control over when the app refreshes itself.
The introduction of hashtag and profile links in Instagram bio makes the space a little more useful for creators and comes after some improvements to the service. "But this is a nice change that people should notice". Facebook and YouTube are the only platforms ranked higher.
Now, what if someone you don't care for links to your profile in their bio?
Instagram is expanding its shopping feature to other countries such as Australia, Brazil, Canada, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom. This way, you'll get the chance not to miss anything that your friends have posted, and will be up-to-date to all the news.
Also, TechCrunch recently reported that the platform could soon copy Snapchat's QR code feature.