How to Get Chronological Instagram Feed 2022

Recently, Instagram has released two new feed layouts, Following and Favorite, on March 23, 2022. The former feed layout (Following) is also known as the Chronological Instagram feed.

In this article we’ll cover everything you need to know about the Chronological Instagram Feed. We will also explain how to get the chronological feed on your profile.

What Is Chronological Feed On Instagram

Chronological feed is a feed layout that only shows you the posts from the people you follow on Instagram, and it shows the most recent ones first on your feed. Note that you cannot make the Chronological or Following feed layout your default feed layout. So, the feed layout will return to the standard Home every time you close the app and relaunch it.

Chronological or Following feed layout is the reintroduction of an older feature that was removed in 2016. The default Home feed layout shows you the posts based on an algorithm, and it might include posts from people you do not follow on Instagram. The algorithm also decides the order of the posts in your feed.

How to Get Chronological Instagram Feed

Here is a quick guide that will show you how to get the Chronological Instagram feed on your profile. Before following the guide, you should first make sure that your Android or iOS device has the latest version of the Instagram app. Now that you have ensured you are using the most up-to-date version of the Instagram app, let’s move forward.

Step 1: Launch the Instagram app on your device and tap the Instagram logo in the top-left of the screen.

Step 2: Select the Following option from the drop-down menu. You have successfully enabled the Chronological Instagram feed on your profile.

Now, you will only see the posts from the people you follow on Instagram. The posts will appear in chronological order, with the most recent posts appearing first in your feed. To return to the default Instagram feed, tap the Instagram logo and select the Home option.

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