Thursday, 18 July 2019

Instagram hide the likes count in their test "to remove pressure on users"

  Ekansh Jain       Thursday, 18 July 2019
Instagram hide the likes count in their test "to remove pressure on users"

Instagram has decided to hide the number of likes counts on the posts in many countries including Australia and Japan to remove "the pressure on users" so that they feel free to share the posts.

Testing will start from Thursday, which means users will able to see only the user name "and others" below the posts instead of the number of likes counts.



Instagram hide the likes count in their test "to remove pressure on users"


People can see the numbers of likes counts who post their own posts by themselves.

This same trial has also been launched in Canada in May. The new test is about to launch in many countries such as Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Ireland, Italy, etc.

Mia Garlick, Director of Policy said that "We hope that this test of Instagram be successful so that people can share their lovable post which they like without seeing the number of likes so that they don't feel any pressure".

The main cause behind to launch the test is people feel free to share the post and spend more time to enjoy the post without taking any pressure of "number of likes count".

The number of likes counts decreases the morale of other people if they don't get as many likes.

The number of likes counts on posts defines the popularity of that post on Instagram.

For more detail Read this ---->Instagram hides likes count in international test 'to remove pressure'
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