In March, Instagram announced plans to re-order the feed of accounts you follow based on what you’re likely to care about most.

The idea is similar to what Facebook does with the News Feed: displaying posts that might interest you the most, rather than showing content in chronological order.

If you haven’t already noticed the new order of posts when you log in, you will soon as it;s rolling out to everyone now.

Instagram vows to continue to improve the feature as well – which should mean the snapshots and videos you want to see most will rise to the top of your feed.


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