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Instagram to start hiding like counts in the US as test expands next week to help users focus on content

[2019-11-09 00:57:55]

Instagram CEO, Adam Mosseri, shared at the Wired25 conference this evening that the social media service will expand its test that hides like counts to the US next week for some users. This comes after testing started this summer in a handful of countries including Canada, Italy, Australia, and Brazil. The post Instagram to start hiding like counts in the US as test expands next week to help users focus on content appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Instagram to start hiding like counts in the US as test expands next week to help users focus on content


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