Instagram brings back the chronological feed

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Instagram has started experimenting with bringing back the chronological feed on its platform. Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri stated in a video posted to Twitter that the company has begun testing two new feed options, including the much-requested chronological feed option.

Instagram has begun testing the ability to choose between three different feed options, according to Mosseri, in a video uploaded to his Twitter profile. This option will appear on the main screen of the app, allowing users to change the view of their feed at any time. The first option is the ‘Home’ font, which is the algorithm font we’ve come to expect from the photo and video sharing platform. The second option is to use the ‘Favorites’ feed, which will select posts shared by a group of people in chronological order. Users must, of course, specify which Instagram profiles they follow and which posts they want to see. The ‘Next’ feed option is the third option. A large number of Instagram users have requested the chronological feed option. It will display in chronological order the posts shared by the accounts the user is following.

“We think it’s critical that you can easily access a chronological feed, if you’re interested, and see the latest content from the accounts you follow,” Mosseri said in the video.

In terms of availability, Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom stated that these new feed options will be available in the first quarter of this year. “These tests are already available, or will be in the next few weeks,” he said, adding that “we intend to launch the entire experience in the first part of this year.”

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The statement comes about a month after Mosseri first claimed that Instagram would be bringing back the chronological feed in the near future. “We want to make it clear that we are offering new options, giving people more choice so they can choose what works best for them, without converting everyone back to a chronological source,” he said at the time in a video announcing the function development. .

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