Instagram is internally testing a feature that will show certain individuals higher in its feed

Instagram is working on a tool that could give individuals more control over its broadly obtuse feed algorithm. Mobile developer Alessandro Paluzzi recently shared screenshots of an in-development feature called Favorites. Those pictures propose the tool will permit you to add companions, relatives and makers to a list of accounts you want the software to prioritize when you’re looking through your feed.

Since Instagram changed from a chronological feed to an algorithmic one back in 2016, individuals have reliably complained the application doesn’t make a sufficient showing of showing them the pictures and videos they want to see the most. Adam Mosseri, the head of Instagram, attempted to speak to those worries recently when he composed a blog post concerning how the platform’s different algorithms work. Right now, the feed algorithm will in general gander at the prevalence of a post, notwithstanding your new activity and history of interfacing with somebody, when concluding how to prioritize the content it shows you.

It’s hazy if Favorites will become an official feature within Instagram. A representative for Instagram revealed to Engadget the organization is presently testing the tool internally however offered no further subtleties on when we may see an external test, if by any means.