Last summer, Instagram head Adam Mosseri tried to explain why the app ditched the chronological feed. He said it was “impossible for most people to see everything” when their feeds were ordered in this way. By the end of the year, Mosseri began backtracking. During a Senate hearing last December, he revealed that the Instagram team was “working on a version of a chronological feed” that it hoped to launch in 2022. Today, Mosseri took to Twitter to announce that Instagram is currently testing new versions of its feed. Two of those feeds sort posts chronologically.
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