In 2016, Instagram drastically changed the feed algorithm. The change in the Instagram feed, similar to Facebook, as posts published based on an algorithm to determine what you would like. Post-selection depends on many factors that influence the relationship between you and the creator of the post, the time and number of likes and comments, and a few others. However, some people have complained about it, and on October 22, 2018, Instagram announced an update to improve user power and control. In the Instagram ad, they said they will have to take into account user feedback on the desire to have a feature that the most recent posts are most likely to appear in the feed.
However, this is not a return to the history feed, meaning people have been asking for it since the change. Now, in a reverse engineering expert, Jane, Manchun Wong’s post on Twitter Instagram has been a feature of “Recent Posts”. The option to update your feed with the posts you have lost will appear as a pop-up window where you can ignore it if you wish. Wong is one of the states that is similar to the chronological feed, but it is not quite the same. Unfortunately, we have no information about the possible release date.