The Following tab lets users see which posts and accounts their friends are engaged in. Instagram introduced the 2011 tab to help new users find other people to follow. However, not many have made use of it, hence the decision to remove it.
"We're always working to make Instagram the best place to connect with the people and things you love," an Instagram spokesperson said Monday. "While this includes the introduction of new features, it also removes old features that may not be useful anymore, as of today we will remove the" Follow "tab, leaving the" you "tab, now called" Activity " will. "http://www.cnet.com/"[19659007[Instagramfollowtab"height="0"width="1092"data-original="https://cnet2cbsistaticcom/img/vhKulz9hSXqfuO1synPE6nmkJos=/1092×0/2019/10/07/f77c6a54-2d28-4264-ae0c-2ae5723cf10b/android-after-activitypng"/>
What the Instagram app looks like after removing the following tab.
Instagram introduced a new feature on Monday to help secure user accounts. In Settings, users will now find the option. Emails sent by Instagram in the last 14 days are now displayed to reduce the number of phishing attempts.