New Instagram Test Allows Public Account To Remove Followers

Pappi Hex

Instagram is working on a new feature that allow public account users to remove followers. This feature has been around for private account holders and it is now making its way for public accounts

Though Instagram has confirmed that it's testing an option to remove followers while maintaining a public account, Instagram however, refused to share details regarding the feature. The little we know of this feature is that the Instagram app informs those testing that it won't notify those the user decides to remove their list of followers.

Lately, the Facebook owned company has been trying trying to give users more control over their account so as to retain its users. By rolling out some of this features, the rate of online harassment or too-frequent notification will be controlled or drastically reduced in some way. Sometime in May 2018, Instagram rolled out a mute feature that allows users to continue following someone but avoid their post or stories.

With this new feature, Instagram hopes to give public account users more control of who follows them instead of being forced to switched to a private account.

To check if you got the new feature, users are to go to their profile and then tap on followers, and then tap on three vertical dots which will then bring up a prompt to remove the person. There you will either click on cancel to ignore, or remove to kick the person.

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