Instagram now gives users information about their activity and newsfeed composition

Instagram now gives users more information about the account which they follow. — Picture courtesy of Instagram via AFP-Relaxnews
Instagram now gives users more information about the account which they follow. — Picture courtesy of Instagram via AFP-Relaxnews

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 7 — Instagram has announced that users can now see which accounts they’ve interacted with the most on the platform and which are shown more frequently in their feed than others.

To help users more easily manage the accounts that they follow, Instagram added two new ways for organising your “following” lists: by those which they interact with the least and by those that pop up the most in their Feed.

By tapping “Following” within the user account page, these two new means of organisation — titled “Least Interacted With” and “Most Shown in Feed” — can be found under the Category menu. When enabled, the resulting profiles users are presented with have been based on the previous 90 days; this makes it easier for users to stop following inactive accounts and cultivate the ideal newsfeed.

Already, users have had the ability to sort their Following list by the date they followed a profile. These two additional new options should now help people further refine their accounts based on activity.

This update has begun to roll out now. — AFP-Relaxnews 

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