Instagram Introduced a “You’re All Caught Up” Feature To Make Its Platform User-Friendly

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It is very common for us to miss out on many posts on Instagram. It is nearly impossible for Instagram scrollers to never miss a post on Instagram feed. However, Instagram has taken a step to solve this problem. The social media giant introduced a feature that will let users know when they are caught up with each and every post from the last two days.

Instagram Introduced a “You’re All Caught Up” Feature To Make Its Platform User-Friendly

Instagram Introduced a “You’re All Caught Up” Feature To Make Its Platform User-Friendly

Instagram will show a “You’re all caught up” message when users are totally up to date with all the posts. This new feature will help Instagram lovers to keep track of all seen posts. “We’ve heard that it can be difficult to keep track of your seen posts. With this message, you’ll have a better understanding of your Feed and know you haven’t missed recent photos or videos,” said the company.

Instagram’s non-chronological algorithm setup has been a topic of complaint by Instagram users all over the world. Everyone wants to see their feed in a chronological order as it is very difficult to find the post they want to see. It takes endless scrolling to reach the desired post.

You’re All Caught Up
You’re All Caught Up

However, it is highly doubtful that how this “You’re all caught up” feature will help the users to understand their Instagram feed in a better way. The best way to provide the better understanding of their feeds to users Instagram must give an option to see all the posts in a chronological order.

The reason behind Instagram’s algorithm-based timeline is clearly wanting to have to more and more engagements. The photo-sharing platform gets more engagements if users share more time scrolling through their feeds.

It will be interesting to know how this new “You’re all caught up” feature helps Instagram users and make Instagram more user-friendly.

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