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Instagram wants to manage your time on the app – but will it make a difference?


Instagram has announced a bunch of improvements that will help users not be disturbed as they scroll through their feed, alongside better control of their Explore content and a way for a parent to view their teen’s Instagram account.

Detailed in a blog post (opens in new tab), these features are slowly rolling out to users on iOS and Android from today (January 19), with Quiet Mode headlining these improvements. Similar to ‘Do Not Disturb’ on iOS and Android, it will let your followers know that you don’t want to be disturbed for a certain amount of time.





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