Instagram update adds new You're All Caught Up feature

It appears that Facebook is sensible to users feedback when it comes to the quality of its services, otherwise, we wouldn't have had this new Instagram feature called "You're All Caught Up" brought to us today. We've heard that it can be hard to keep track of your seen posts. Below that checkmark, though, there will be older content beyond the 48 hour cutoff, along with existing posts you've already scrolled through. With this message, youll have a better understanding of your Feed and know you havent missed recent photos or videos.

We are very skeptical about this “feature”.

Revealed in an official blog post, Instagram had diverted from publishing chronological feed for several years now, making it hard to tell when all content has been viewed, and thanks to this new feature, that issue will be fixed.

For those who are not familiar, Instagram does not show images in a chronological order, as it used to, and instead tries to predict which images users should see next.

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The argument over Instagram's algorithmic timeline is one that has raged on for a long time now, and it's even lead to some people quitting the platform.

Instagram has today officially started rolling out its "You're All Caught Up" feature after previously testing it out with a limited number of users back in May.

Currently, the algorithm curates each Instagrammers feed based on likes and engagement. We'd love to hear from you guys and your thoughts on the new feature and Instagram's algorithm. So do keep this in mind while youre scrolling endlessly because all you see are day-old posts at the top of your feed.

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