Instagram tests a feature to group the followed accounts to manage them easily

Ryan Warner
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Those who have been using Instagram for a long time probably find themselves among the various contacts followed some for which they have no interest and the new functionality that the team of developers is testing could prove to be rather useful for easily managing long contact lists.

Instagram feature like this could prove to be convenient for those users who have a very long list of people followed.

According to what was revealed by Jane Manchun on Twitter, in fact, Instagram is testing a feature that allows you to “group the followed accounts”, such as those with which there have been fewer interactions or those shown repeatedly in the feed in the last 90 days:

As we always remember when it comes to testing, there is no guarantee that this feature will actually be made available to all users in the near future even if this is likely to happen.

Moreover, a feature like this could prove to be convenient for those users who have a very long list of people followed or for those who want to find only their favorite contacts on a certain day.

Read also: Instagram to introduce message reply feature from the computer, sounds exciting

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