Instagram has a feature that makes it easier to see who you don't need to follow
Instagram has a feature that makes it easier to see who you don't need to follow


Instagram's photo and video sharing service said on Thursday it added a feature that allows users to split subscribers into two categories, the most popular on the homepage and the ones that don't interact with it much.

Instagram explains that users can use this new feature to manage tracking status, notify or disable unwanted accounts.

The company is owned by Facebook. "Whether you're a graduate, moving to a new city, or obsessed with new interests and finding someone to share with you, we want to make it easier for you to manage your accounts. On Instagram and have them represent your current contacts and interests are the best actors. '

This feature is useful when users try to reduce subscribers and manage scrolling on Instagram. The company also recently added the ability to sort the subscriber list from oldest to newest to help understand those who have followed since the subscription service started and are no longer in real contact. By notifying users of accounts that they do not interact with, they can more easily cancel the following actions to reduce the number of posts displayed on the homepage.

Note that new features are available to users starting today and may delay access to Android phone users.


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