Instagram's new algorithm will be dropping soon, resulting in a big change to the way posts are displayed.
Rather than presenting users with a chronological list of posts, the algorithm will sort posts based on "the likelihood you'll be interested in the content, your relationship with the person posting, and the timeliness of the post".
This means that Instagram will choose what to show you and when – essentially mirroring Facebook’s news feed.
Instagram announced the change earlier this month , prompting an outcry from users, who are worried their feeds could turn into a non-stop carousel of Kardashian photos and shots of happy celebs enjoying their holidays.
However, the Facebook-owned company appears to be going ahead with the change - despite promising to "get this right and listen to your feedback along the way".
Twitter is like this now, and it's so annoying when you go on it through a laptop you have to scroll through tweets from 7 to 10 hours ago and after all that that you can finally see the latest tweets. This is why I stick to twitter apps.