The update that rolled out to some users has flipped the feed on its side, displaying posts in a horizontal format that you can swipe or tap through - just like Stories.
Instagram said a short time later that it had rolled back the redesign to the normal vertical scroll.
Folks behind the Facebook-owned mobile app apologized for the design change and blamed it on a "bug", although some users remain skeptical. "We apologise for any confusion". The horizontal feed spotlights each photo - and ad - for a longer period of time, diminishing mindless scrolling and ultimately forcing people to look at one post at a time.
That Snapchat update saw snap streaks and individual stories grouped together on a single page, which many users thought was confusing and cluttered, while a "Discovery" page and a "Friends" page were added.
Instagram feed went sideways for some of its users briefly late in the night yesterday. If you're getting sick of Instagram's bad UI changes and algorithms, there's always PixelFed. Only the username and media are visible at first glance - you have to tap it to see the caption, number of likes, and any comments.
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Instagram feeds are now back to working as they were previously.
Users were not happy with the update and many of them were tweeting about the change.
Curious to see if Instagram moves forward with this update after all the backlash?
The Instagram update didn't affect everyone.
Return?: According to TechCrunch, Instagram has been testing the feed for a while. A notice simply appeared when the app was launched Thursday morning advising users of the update.
Basically, there seems to be a resounding agreement on social media that users of the photo-based social media are very much pissed off with the changes.