Instagram Returns to Normal After Bug Changed Feeds
By Mei Manuel, December 30, 2018 05:12 AM
On Thursday, Facebook's photo-sharing social network app Instagram announced that they have officially fixed the bug that led to the change in the app's feed appearance for a majority of its users.
The bug led to a small test being distributed widely to see how users can view their news feed. Some users had to tap and swipe the feed horizontally to see new posts much like the Stories feature.
Many users did not like the change, posting their comments on Twitter and compared it to Snapchat's redesign, which may also did not like.
Snapchat has been having difficulties attracting new users since it was revamped last year and its updates have been confusing users.
In one response to a tweet, Instagram's head Adam Mosseri apologized to the users for the confusion and said "that was supposed to be a very small test that went broad by accident. We quickly fixed the issue and the feed is back to normal."
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