How do I disable Instagram’s feed suggested posts or recommended posts in my Instagram feed for a month (30 days)?
Instagram has started showing content which we don’t even follow as Recommended Post. To encounter this issue, you can turn off recommended content. Recently, Instagram received a significant backlash for redesigning the platform and showing a full-screen home feed.
Today, they have announced Instagram is temporarily reducing the recommended post. According to reports, more than 16% of the content in the Instagram feed is served by Meta’s AI. Meta’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to double this number by the end of this year.
If you aren’t happy with the recommendation feed and want to turn it off, here is a quick guide to the Snooze Instagram feed.
How to Disable Instagram Feed Recommendation Post
There is no option to disable the recommendation post permanently, but you can do it for a month (30 days); follow the following instructions mentioned down below.
- Open Instagram, and scroll feed to reach any of Instagram’s recommended posts. You can identify those posts by looking at shared info, such as “because you watched a reel from ” or “because you follow.”.
- Tap on the X, Placed on the upper-right corner of the post. After taping it, Instagram will ask you to confirm your action.
- Next, From the context menu, tap on the Snooze for all suggested posts in the feed for 30 Days.
- After that, Instagram will show a green checkmark with the confirmation “We won’t show suggested post for 30 days.“
- That’s it
After 30 days, Instagram resumes the recommendations post. You can perform the same action to disable Instagram feed recommendations.
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