Instagram Explore Page Changed. Explore feeds have now been removed from their original location at the bottom and replaced with a dedicated reels tab.
With the September 2020 update, the Instagram checkout page has changed to focus more on Instagram Reels. It has now been removed from its base and the dedicated reels tab is now available instead. Read on for more details.
Instagram Explore Page Changed
New Feeds Checker, Dedicated Tab Reels, and more
In May 2019, Instagram modified the Explore page to make it easier for users to take a deeper approach to their niche interests. Basically, the platform wanted to help people find what they wanted, and how they were, easily. Now in September 2020 a new Instagram update, they made a major UI change.
Explore feeds have now been removed from their traditional location at the bottom and replaced with the provided reels tab. Reels has gained a lot of holds recently due to the TikTok ban in India and possible bans in the US.
Big changes to the navigation bar at the top of the screen, with filter shortcuts, and new Instagram navigation to improve user experience like IGTV, Shopping. And more To date, users have accessed Reels within the actual search tab.
Now, where is the checklist on Instagram? The Check button, also known as the Search or Discover tab, is now moved to the top of the home page, next to the direct message icon, this takes you to the checkout page. Go to the home page, at the top, next to the DM. There will be a new search icon. Click on that. This will allow you to check the feed page.
- Home page
- Next to the DM
- Search for an icon
- Check the feed
How do Instagram Reels work?
Instagram reels were launched on August 5, 2020. It is their TikTok feature that allows users to create 15-second short videos with background music. Reels can be recorded in a series of clips (one at a time), all at once, or using video uploads from your gallery. Record the first clip by pressing and holding the capture button. You will see a progress indicator at the top of the screen as you record. Stop recording to finish each clip.
If you have a Public Account, you can have your wheel in the area dedicated to Explore, where it has the opportunity to be seen and discovered by the wider Instagram community. You can also share your sex with your fans by posting it to your feed.
If you have a Private Account, Reels follow your privacy settings on Instagram. You can share to Feed so only your fans can see your reel. People will not be able to use original audio from your reels, and people will not be able to share your reels with others who do not follow you.
When your tire is ready, go to the sharing screen, where you can save your tire drafts. Change the cover image, add captions and hashtags, and tag your friends. After you share your reel, it will stay in a separate Reels tab on your profile, where people can find the reels you’ve shared. If you also share your Feed, your reel will appear on your main grid, or you have the option to delete it. Reels cannot be shared in Explore; will not appear on your profile; and will disappear after 24 hours.