跳到主要内容

Instagram在更多的帐户中删除类似的计数

Instagram
+$(Image Credit: Instagram)

+$Instagram is hiding Like counts in a trial that's now being rolled out globally. The experiment started out quietly, with selected users in seven countries including Canada and Ireland no longer seeing Like counts. But it has now been expanded to include accounts across the world.

+$In a bid to provide a less stressful experience for users of the social media platform, the Likes on other people's posts will be hidden – but you'll still be able to see your own Likes. This is a move that's being met with some passionate feedback, especially from influencers and artists who use Instagram to boost their profiles and generate income (we bet they know all the hacks, like how to customise their bio with+$Instagram Fonts+$and how to activate+$Instagram's Dark Mode)。

+$Instagram confirmed the move in a series of tweets yesterday and described the feedback from the trial so far as "positive".

+$But the company also acknowledged that the decision could cause a problem for some users who rely on the Like and comment counts to show how well their promoted posts are doing.

+$It has to be said, it's tricky to find the positive reactions to this trial. Responses on Twitter range from blogger+$Glitz n glam makeup+$'s prediction that there "ain't nobody going to be using Instagram now" to+$Sonia Murphy+$'s assertion that "it's certainly killed engagement from my perspective. It's a shell of the place it once was."

+$When we asked for your reactions on Twitter, we received a range of responses. JerseyStyle Photography understands why Instagram has made the decision.

+$User rbrtcnkln thinks it's an issue of power.

+$And Hendrik Little thinks that parent company Facebook is using Instagram as a test subject. A valid point of view, given that there's also been talk of+$Facebook hiding Like counts

+$Perhaps the positive reactions will be found from those not using Instagram to make money or promote brands but from those viewing the content on Insta. Instagram is+$reported to be the worst social media platform for mental health+$, so it's clear that something needed to be done to combat this. How this pans out for brands really depends on what Instagram puts in place to replace Likes as the primary measure of engagement.

+$However, there are already other ways to gauge content interest, and we expect there'll be more use of comments andInstagram的故事+$in Future.

+$Changes to social media are always met with outrage (here's a bunch of+$recent social media changes+$you'll want to stay on top of) and then people+$usually+$learn to adapt, once their initial anger dies down. Will this be one of those times?

阅读更多:



翻译字数超限