Are you tired of Instagram notifying you of new Reels shared by someone else? It's no secret that Instagram does this to nudge you to open its app and spend time there. But in most cases, those recently shared new Reels may not be interesting and certainly not worth a notification alert pushed to your iPhone.
To address this, you can easily turn off Instagram notifications about new Reels being shared.
While Apple continues to make moves when it comes to general user privacy and security, especially with iOS, there are still some areas where third-party companies can take advantage of the tools Apple has in place. For instance, a built-in web browser in apps like Facebook or Instagram, for instance, is still based on Apple's WebKit. But it sounds like Meta has still found a way to track users that use that third-party web browser instead of Safari.
It’s very easy to accidentally like it unlike a post in your Instagram feed, and depending on the circumstances, the experience can be unnerving, or sometimes even esteem-shattering because the person on the other end of the like or unlike is likely to figure out it was you.
Instagram's test includes tall 9:16 aspect ratio photos that fill the entire screen of your iPhone as you scroll through your feed in the Meta-owned app.
As Meta's photo-sharing app continues to relentlessly copy TikTok's approach to video, its leader justifies pivoting away from Instagram's photo roots.
Instagram lets you display a few lines on your profile page to describe yourself. This is called profile bio text. You can change it as many times as you like. And if you've been an Instagram user for a long time, you might have used various profile bios when you were a teenager, in college, when you started a new job, and so on.
If someday you feel nostalgic about an old Instagram bio of yours or just wish to see what profile bio you had a year back, you're in luck. Instagram safely keeps all your profile bios and lets you access them. In this tutorial, we show you how to do that.
In this tutorial, we show you how to pin posts on Instagram so that specific photos, videos, or Reels always stay on the top of your Instagram profile even after publishing new posts.
Repeating Instagram stories is a software bug which affects some users, prompting Meta to release an update to fix this annoying issue.
Instagram's Stories feature is conducting a limited test that hides excessive stories shared by others behind a new “Show All” button.
It’s no secret that friends play pranks on one another. It can be one of the best ways to get a laugh out of someone, as long as they don’t take things too seriously.
Whether you're scanning through Instagram Stories or your timeline, you're bound to see an advertisement labeled "Sponsored" sooner rather than later. If you would like to stop seeing ads on Instagram or customize your ad experience by hiding and blocking them, this guide will help you out.
Instagram has launched two chronological feed options that won't show you suggested posts. However, its app still defaults to the algorithmic feed.