Apparently, something went wrong with the algorithmic tape.
Instagram has announced a notification, allowing at least a little easier navigation through its intricate algorithmic tape posts. When you look through all the posts published in the last 48 hours, then in the tape there will be a big checkmark and the inscription ” You’re all caught up ” (in the Russian version ” This is all for now “).
Next, posts that are older than two days from the viewpoint are mixed with the more recent ones that you have already seen (¯ \ _ (ツ) _ / ¯). Older posts technically can also be new to you depending on how often you use the application. Nevertheless, for example, The Verge believe that 48 hours is a reasonable limit.
The feature will start to appear on Android and iOS users on July 2.
Earlier this May, Instagram announced the development of a feature that allows users to see how much time they spend in the application.