Instagram now lets you know when there are no new photos to see

Instagram wants to start helping users spend less time their app.

As of today, the photo sharing applicati adds a new tool that tells users when they have already seen all the new photos posted the last two days.

Staying up to date hundreds of accounts you follow may be next to impossible. Especially since Instagram has changed the chrologies so that the photos are no lger organized in chrological order and that they are presented according to algorithmic values. If you find yourself refresh Instagram every hour or hoping that you will see new ctent, the applicati will ask you to stop.

With the new message "You're all caught," you'll now be able to easily tell if you've ever seen photos and videos in your feed.

  Instagram This is what the message looks like.
Photo: Instagram

Here you will find the publicatis you have already viewed as well as the publicatis dating back more than two days under the heading "You". "All Caught Up" message TechCrunch has learned that Instagram is also prototyping a new Do Not Disturb feature ce it's released to the public, you'll be able to turn off notificatis for 30 minutes, a hour, two hours or even all day.

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