If you’ve recently opened a new Instagram and you dislike it and also noticed more Reels in your feed or less engagement on your photos, you’re not alone. The second-most-followed person on the app agrees with the idea.
Also, the message says, “Make Instagram Instagram.” (Stop acting like a TikTok, all I want to do is see pretty pictures of my friends.) Sincerely. Kim also got to share the post, which over 1.1 million people liked. Change.org has received more than 100,000 signatures on a petition.
Reels, a similar app to TikTok that currently owns the same company that runs Instagram and has been out for months, is similar to TikTok. Who make reels got money, while TikTok reposts became chosen lower.
Maybe Jenner’s pain has been hidden. Recent changes, like full-screen video and an announcement from last week that almost all new Instagram videos will be Reels, have upset a lot of users, and they dislike it.
Kendall Jenner is second only to Cristiano Ronaldo in the number of Twitter followers. If changes to Instagram’s algorithm or products make the Kardashians happy, they won’t mind.
Even more interesting is whether or not Jenner is important to Instagram because of all the social commentary she has made in the past. Jenner said in 2018 that she no longer used Snapchat because it had been changed.
The stock of Snap fell by $1.3 billion the next day. Kylie Jenner isn’t the only one who doesn’t like Instagram is full of short videos. Many other people feel the same way. When Instagram posted a TikTok video that promised a full-screen video feed, it got a lot of bad feedback.