New Instagram Feature Launches To Help Users Better Manage Their Feed

Istanbul, Turkey - December 15, 2018: Person holding a brand new Apple iPhone X with Instagram profile on the screen. Instagram is an online mobile social networking service, launched in October 2010.
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Instagram has launched a new feature this morning for you to see and better manage who you follow on your IG.

This feature allows you to have quick access and easy shortcuts to see the accounts you follow, organised by category, and edit from there.

How it Works:

Go to your Instagram Profile and click on “Following”.

From there, you’ll see Categories, including “Most Shown in Feed”, “Least Interacted With”.

Instagram also recently launched the ability to sort your following list from earliest→ latest followed, or vice versa (giving you insight on your first IG follow).

You can manage the accounts you follow easily from there – by changing your follow status or clicking the 3 dots to Manage Notifications or Mute the account.

 

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