How to use Instagram’s new “Sustainability Mode” to see how much time your Instagram feed is getting (and how you can make it even more valuable)
If you’ve ever looked at your Instagram news feed, you’ve likely noticed that it’s getting smaller, especially in the past few months.
That’s because Instagram has made a series of changes to the way that content is displayed and shared.
The first major change is the removal of the “Share” button from the bottom of the feed, which has made it easier to share content on Instagram.
It’s now much easier to simply swipe left on the Instagram app, and then tap on the share icon.
The second major change was a new tab on the bottom right of the Instagram feed, where you can see how many posts have been created and what kind of content is currently being shared.
Now, instead of the old “Recent” tab, you’ll see “Sharing,” a new space in the feed where you’ll be able to see what’s currently being posted.
The third major change, the addition of “Featured Content,” was a result of Instagram trying to improve its image-heavy and poorly-designed design.
In the past, “Featured” content would be a small window that showed a brief description of the image, then the photo was automatically added to the list of posts.
Today, you can select “Featured,” a larger window that shows a list of photos that have already been featured on Instagram, as well as the most recent photos from that post.
But the change is not as drastic as the previous changes.
Today’s feature lets you select whether or not to show the “Featured content” box.
The feature is not perfect, but it’s a big step forward.
So how do you use Instagrams new “Featured Mode”?
The new feature can be used to get a better idea of how your Instagram feeds are performing.
The goal is to figure out how much of your feed is being used by your Instagram friends, or by people who are already using Instagram, and to compare that with what you’d like your Instagrams audience to see.
To do that, you need to check out the Instagram Featured Mode window.
If you click on the Featured tab, a new window will open.
Tap on “Share.”
You’ll see a number of tabs appear in the bottom-right corner of the screen.
On the top-left is a “Featured.”
Now scroll down until you see the “Recent.”
Tap “Featured Video.”
Then tap “Featured Photos.”
Tap on the “Recently.”
You can see the number of recent photos, as a percentage of the total number of posts on your feed, along with the number in the “Shared” tab.
Next, tap on “Sharer.”
You see the same “Recent photo” section as the “Previous photo” window.
You’ll now see the amount of posts that are currently being “shared” and the percentage of “Shares” that are being “recently shared.”
The “Sharers” section also shows a percentage for each user’s total “Shots.”
If you scroll down to the bottom, you see that people who have recently been featured are at the top of the list.
So you should be looking at your “Shirking” tab at the very top of your Instagram Featured mode window, where people who aren’t currently in the featured photos are listed.
To see if you’re getting the most from your Instagram photos, you want to check your “View all photos.”
To do this, go to the “View All” tab on your Featured mode tab.
Now you’ll have a list that includes all of your “Recent photos” and “Share” photos, along the top.
You can now go to that list and click on “View” and check your overall view of your feeds.
You should see that the Featured Mode is showing a very low percentage of your posts.
The bottom line is, Instagrams “Featured mode” is a great way to see the progress your Instagram is making on improving its image and user experience.
There are a few caveats, however.
If your photos are already being used, or if people are already sharing your photos on Instagram in ways that aren’t relevant to the content you’re sharing, then you might see a small decrease in your “Trending” status.
That could be because some of your people are getting a bit more “Shotted” or “Showed” from your photos, but there’s nothing that says that all of their content has been shared.
If that’s the case, then your Instagram may not be getting the amount that you think it’s, or your posts may not actually be getting shared.
That said, if your photos look good and people are loving them, then this could be a good way to increase the amount you’re actually sharing.
If not, then perhaps you’re missing out on a lot of valuable content.
If this isn’t the case for you, then it might be worth exploring the