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Technology Instagram prototypes "Latest Posts" feature

09:45  14 february  2020
09:45  14 february  2020 Source:   techcrunch.com

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Instagram users who miss the reverse chronological feed might get a new way to see the most recent pics and videos from who they follow. Instagram has been spotted internally prototyping a "Latest Posts" feature that appears as a pop-up over the main feed and brings users to a special area showing the newest content from their network.

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Instagram Latest Posts

For now, this doesn't look like a full-fledged "Most Recent" reverse-chronological feed option like what Facebook has for the News Feed. But if launched, Latest Posts could help satisfy users who want to make sure the haven't missed anything or want to know what's going on right now.

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The prototype was discovered by Jane Manchun Wong, the master of reverse engineering who's provided tips to TechCrunch on scores of new features in development. She generated the screenshots above from the code of Instagram's Android app "Welcome Back! Get caught up on the posts from [names of people you follow] and 9 more" reads the pop-up that appears over the home screen. If users tap "See Posts" instead of "Not Now", they're sent to a separate screen showing recent feed posts.

We've reached out to Instagram for a confirmation of the prototype, more details, and clarification on how Latest Posts would work. The company did not respond before press time. However, it has often confirmed the authenticity of Wong's findings, and some of the features have gone on to officially launch months later.

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View on Instagram button. Share post in social media. Supports carousel posts and videos. Autoplay video while scrolling. Recent like info and likes count. Even news can turn InstaShow to advantage. Instagram feed is installed as a one-row grid in order to show the latest posts from the official account.

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Instagram previously tried to help users get assurance that they'd seen all the posts of their network with a "You're All Caught Up" insert in the feed if you'd scrolled past everything from the past 48 hours. Latest Posts could be another way to let frequent Instagram users know that they're totally up to date.

That might let people close the app in confidence and resume their lives.


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