New "Recommended for You" Posts Are Coming To Your Instagram Feed

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The new section labelled "Recommended for You", will contain three to five suggested posts and will be displayed while you browse through your Instagram feed.

Instagram has also updated its Help Center, and, its help documentation says "When scrolling through Feed, you may see posts that are Recommended for You".

It's seems to be like a combination of the "Following" section and the "Search and Explore" section, both of which are methods of finding photos and videos from accounts you don't follow. But under the new system the posts will show up in normal feed.

Popular photo and video sharing app Instagram has quietly added a new feature to its platform.

According to the report, you can temporarily hide "Recommended for You" from your newsfeed by clicking on the three dots on the top-right of the post.

Instagram controversially ditched its reverse-chronological order feed for a new order determined by an algorithm, making it easy to completely miss some posts. As expected, users are taking it as an intervention into their ideal feed.

With the Recommended post, you will be able to like or comment on the posts, even if you don't follow the person.

The implementation of the suggested/recommended posts is a big change for the Instagram's users to easily explore more things in their circle.

However, there is one fundamental difference between the hashtag feature and the new "recommended posts" feature.

Since Instagram does not allow you to paste a link in the post, so you are left with two options.

The new tool will be very helpful to new users, especially when it comes to finding new accounts to follow. You can also unfollow a hashtag at any time.

When you find a hashtag you like, open the hashtag page and tap on the following button. Hit the + icon, select Gallery, choose Select Multiple, pick out up to 10 of the pictures and clips you want, tap Next and reorder them by dragging and dropping.

Get ready, because Instagram is changing again.

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