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Instagram Algorithm Changes for 2018: Ranking Factors, Stories, Hashtags

Instagram Algorithm Changes for 2018: Ranking Factors, Stories, Hashtags

Ah, the good old Instagram algorithm. Released to hoards of unhappy users, the new algorithm sorted users’ Instagram feeds from from most relevant to least relevant, as opposed to the existing sort: newest to oldest.

This algorithm change was way back in 2016, and as mentioned, wasn’t very popular then. Now, two years later, it looks like Instagram is never going back to its old chronological way.

This change was first announced by Instagram in a press release. They promised users that they’d be seeing “the moments you care about first.” According to them, the average user was missing 70% of their feed. The goal was to show users tailored content, based on three main things:

  • The likelihood they’d be interested in the content

  • Their relationship with the person posting

  • The timeliness of the post

For their example, they cited seeing a post from your favorite artist (whose posts you’ve often liked, and profile you’ve visited a ton) the morning after one of their shows. Although you might be checking your Instagram feed 12 hours after the actual photo was posted, that photo will show up first for you.

For the purpose of this article, I’m just going to assume you’re on Instagram, since you’re a human living in 2018—and since you’re reading this article. And you’ve likely experienced this very algorithm at work just by using the app.

You’re more likely to see posts from people that you interact with the most higher up in your feed, even if the post is from a long time ago.