Instagram gets rid of it’s ‘Following’ tab
Instagram launched its “Following” tab as an early feature back in 2011, long before its Explore tab debuted. At the time, Following was the best way to discover new content, since it would show you things your friends were liking. But that’s no longer true now that Explore has established itself as the primary means of discovering new stuff on Instagram. Now that Following has disappeared, it’s likely few people will notice it’s gone. The ‘Following’ tab was a feature which let users see people they were following and how they were engaging with content on Instagram. The tab would also track when someone you’re following started following another user. Virtually all activity from people you were following could be found in that tab. Similar to how the ‘Activity’ tab lists the recent likes and comments on your own content. The days of stalking your followers are over, and we can’t say we’re sad.
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