Rumors have it that Instagram will allow users to see who viewed their profile;
The controversy moved the word “Orkut” to current affairs on Thursday (30);
Meta has not commented, but the montage revealing the feature is wrong.
There is a rumor circulating on the internet that Instagram Launch a feature that allows you to see who visited a profile on the platform. This possibility frightened many Twitter users, who joked about it and weren’t happy with the supposed novelty.
One netizen, who has already received more than 630 likes, wrote, “Instagram now shows who entered your profile, and as of today I will not enter anyone’s profile again, thank you.” Another agreed: “If Instagram and Twitter put an option to see who viewed your profile, uninstall it.”
Such is the users’ surprise that after BuzzFeed conducted a survey asking if they would like the update, 86.8% of the total 1,500 votes (as of 2pm) chose ‘No’. The rumor, Thursday afternoon (30), the word “Orkut” also led to hot Twitter issues. In posts, netizens have compared the supposed new view history functionality with the one it provides Deceased social network.
Is it true that Instagram will show who visited your profile?
Despite all the controversy surrounding the topic, the answer is no! Even the photo that caused the uproar – a screenshot of Instagram’s screen with the notification “So-and-so and 73 people visited his profile – has a different font than the one used by the social network. In other words, it’s just a montage.
TecMundo and BuzzFeed tried to contact Meta, responsible for Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp, but received no response. The company has not yet taken official.
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