What you need to know
- Instagram has finally brought back chronological feeds.
- Users can now choose between 'following' and 'favorites' options of posts in chronological order.
- Twitter tried to have a sly dig over the "groundbreaking" feature, but it didn't end well.
Instagram has announced it is finally bringing back chronological feeds to its app.
The company stated:
We heard you loud and clear — chrono is back! 🚨
Two new chronological views have been added to your Feed. Tap “Instagram” on the top left of your app to switch between Favorites and Following. pic.twitter.com/737vVmo9aVWe heard you loud and clear — chrono is back! 🚨
Two new chronological views have been added to your Feed. Tap “Instagram” on the top left of your app to switch between Favorites and Following. pic.twitter.com/737vVmo9aV— Instagram (@instagram) March 23, 2022March 23, 2022
Instagram says that users will now be able to select not one but two chronological views, either Favorites or Following, that will show your posts in the order that they were made, just like nature intended.
Twitter tried to take a cheap shot at Instagram with a GIF mocking the feature as "groundbreaking" but got absolutely destroyed in the process. From our report on the incident:
Despite its lack of chronological feeds until today, Instagram remains one of the best iPhone social media apps for viewing and sharing photos and its Reels, the company's rival to TikTok's short-form success.
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