Instead, Instagram's been considering having people scroll side to side or tap to go through their Instagram feed.
Facebook's Instagram on Thursday rolled out what it thought was a small-scale test of a new tap-to-advance feature that lets users scroll through posts horizontally. When the new timeline appeared, Instagram informed its users via a message that said, "Introducing a new way to move through posts".More news: Eddie Murphy poses in Christmas photo with all 10 of his children
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"This new Instagram update is dumb". The bug, then, is not so much the feature itself, and more the fact that most of us weren't meant to see it just yet.More news: Motorola P40 specifications and design leaked
Due to some serious blowback from users, Instagram appears to have quickly reverted to the standard vertical feed for those who were given the new horizontal feed. Only the username and media are visible at first glance - you have to tap it to see the caption, number of likes, and any comments.
Some reports claim that after the huge success of the stories feature Instagram believed that users might like the news feed work in a similar manner too. This change only affected the main page, and user profiles worked the same way they did previously.
Mosseri replied to another tweet, adding, "Just a test that went to a few orders of magnitude more people than intended... sorry about that". We quickly fixed the issue and feed is back to normal. Simply restart your Instagram app and the sideways scrolling will be gone.More news: Bomb strikes tourist bus near Egypt's Giza pyramids, kills 2