Instagram to Start Hiding Like Counts in the united states
In an strive to improve conversations over reputation contests, Instagram has been experimenting with hiding like counts from its users for a few months now.
The CEO of Instagram,Adam Mosseri has announced the Facebook-owned photo sharing service will start hiding “like” counts on users’ posts in the US from next week.
Mosseri made the announcement at the WIRED25 conference in San Francisco on Friday, November 9, 2019.
“We will make decisions that hurt the business if they help people’s well-being and health,” Mosseri said on stage at the event, Wired’s Adrienne So reported.
“We will make decisions that damage the business if they assist people’s well-being and health,” Mosseri stated on stage at the event, Wired’s Adrienne So reported.
Instagram will hide like counts solely for positive users in the US. It’s phase of a test that the employer has already begun in some other countries as it responds to critics and tries to create a ” much less pressured surroundings ” on the platform.
Instagram will hide like counts only for certain users in the US. It’s part of a test that the company has already begun in some other countries as it responds to critics and tries to create a ” less pressured environment ” on the platform.
The carrier first began testing hidden like counts in Canada this spring, and due to this fact elevated the check to 1/2 a dozen different countries, such as Brazil, Japan and Australia.