Instagram scrollers beware: your favorite photo-sharing app includes a feature that shows friends when you had been last online.
Similar to the activity status found on Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, Instagram’s “Activity Status” environment shows when you were last on the application. It’s now switched off by default in your accounts, but it’s preferable to be safe.
Let’s go over exactly how it works — after that take a look at how you can turn it off.
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After a few months of testing, Instagram announced a big change in order to its user interface (UI) in late 2020: replacing the user “Activity” tabs with the “Shop” tab, the social platform’s latest move to be more business-friendly.
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