Wondering how to switch Instagram to chronological order? We've got you covered. In 2016, Instagram removed the option while switching to the engagement-based feed. Since 2016, Instagram hasn’t allowed users to view their feed in chronological order but in March 2022, Instagram reintroduced the feature that lets you set the Instagram feed in chronological order in two new ways.
Along with the ability to follow and favourite various posts, Instagram lets you set the feed as per your likes where in the Following section you’ll get to see the most recent posts from the accounts you follow in chronological order while the Favorites will show you posts from the accounts you have added to your favourite list.
Instagram mixes your feed with random posts from your accounts that you don’t follow on Instagram along with your following lists, resulting in you being unable to see the latest updates from your following accounts. Instagram’s ability allows you to see the Instagram feed in chronological order making it a lot easier for you to get the latest updates from the accounts you follow. With just two simple clicks you can also switch your Instagram feed to a chronological order.
How to access Instagram feed to chronological order
Whether you are an Andriod user or an iPhone user, switching your Instagram feed to chronological order is an incredibly straightforward process. With just two taps you’ll be all set. The process for both devices is almost the same here’s how can view your feed in chronological order.
- First, open the Instagram app from your smartphone
- Click on the Instagram logo located at the top left corner of the screen.
- After clicking, you’ll get to see options Following and Favorites.
- Tap on the Following if you want to see the most recent posts from the accounts you follow on Instagram in Chronological order.
- Click on the Favorites option, If you want to view the posts from accounts that you have added to the Instagram favorites list.
It's worth noting that the posts you’ll see in the feed are in a time-based order and Instagram won’t save your preference means you’ll have to switch each time when you open Instagram to see the feed in chronological order.