Instagram Will Remove The 'Following' Tab Feature, Netizens Unhappy

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Head of Instagram, Adam Mosseri officially declared that the 'Following' tab will be removed from Instagram's features, which has disappointed the netizens

Written By Aanchal Nigam | Mumbai | Updated On:

Head of Instagram, Adam Mosseri officially declared that on October 8, Instagram will remove the 'Following' tab from its features. In the series of changes that are expected to be introduced this week in order to keep the social media application more simple, the removal of this tab from the activity feed has been deemed controversial. Initially in August, the Facebook-owned photo-sharing app had reportedly started removing this feature specifically from certain accounts which will now be removed from all users. This feature used to enable the users to see who the people they followed 'liked', commented on, and furthermore who they followed. However, this news made netizens wonder, 'what else will it take'. 

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Disappointed netizens

Netizens took to twitter and showcased their disappointment with the new addition to all the features which have been recently introduced on Instagram. Most people are wondering what else will the application take away from its one billion active users. The people are seen wondering how else will they keep a track of their crushes' activity on Instagram. Some of them even asked everyone to stalk the people they like one last time before the feature stops showing on the application. 

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