The new "Recommended posts" will not block the home feed or replace the existing posts, as per reports. Fortunately, the new "recommended posts" will not clutter the home feed or replace the existing posts but appear after a user has watched all the posts in the feed, added TechCrunch. The social media app will now be showing users recommended posts in their feed - a feature that will suggest posts based on those that have been liked by other accounts you follow. These posts are recommended for you based on your likes. To introduce more content to its users, Instagram now lets you follow specific hashtags without having to follow the people who are posting under these tags. Although getting rid of "Recommended for you" isn't an option, temporarily disabling it is. The new section will contain anywhere from three to five recommended posts at a time. However, the addition of recommended content on the home feed is perhaps one of the biggest changes since the platform chose to switch its feed from chronological to algorithmic. Besides Instagram determining which of your friend's posts are worthy of being seen, it now injects stranger's posts into your feed.
Instagram's users will see recommended post while scrolling through their home feed - an update which was spotted during in testing earlier this month.
How Prince Harry and Meghan Markle fell in love with Botswana
Our dad is incredible and completely self sacrificing. "How fun it was!" The family she never had? Marrying merely extends it. She's glamorous and sexy and a good actress.
When you find a hashtag you like, open the hashtag page and tap on the following button.
Instagram revealed that the new feature will not get in the way of accounts you specifically follow and will instead reveal itself when you've seen all the posts on offer on your feed from people you follow. While you could already do that previously, just by going to the Explore tab, the app believes you need a little more help.
Roy Moore says he passed polygraph
In his own statement after the results were certified, Moore repeated his charge that the election was "fraudulent". The complaint also noted the higher-than-expected turnout in the race, particularly in Jefferson County.
The photo and video sharing network has quietly made its "recommended posts" feature live.
Erica Garner Was Reportedly Declared Brain Dead
Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on February 16, 2016, during a town hall at the University of SC in Columbia, S.C. According to family and close friends , Garner suffered "major brain damage" from a lack of oxygen.