Instagram testing a 'Latest Posts' feature that mimics the platform's original ...

Instagram is testing a 'Latest Posts' feature that mimics the platform's original layout by letting users see the newest posts first 'Latest Posts' is a recently discovered test from Instagram The prototype lets users organize posts so that the most recent appears first This hearkens back to how the platform was originally designed Instagram says it's not ready or willing to set the feature live yet 

By James Pero For Dailymail.com

Published: 23:38 GMT, 14 February 2020 | Updated: 23:39 GMT, 14 February 2020

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The days of viewing your Instagram feed in reverse chronological order may not be gone for good.

According to frequent feature-spotter Jane Manchun Wong who reverse engineers apps to find hidden tests, the platform is flirting with a feature that would let users display posts in their feeds in chronological order - a layout that those who have used Instagram for long enough may find familiar.   

'Instagram is working on “Latest Posts” feed for catching up feed posts,' tweeted Manchun Wong

'This sounds like the chronological feed people are asking for. Similar, but not the same.'

Instagram has since confirmed the feature with TechCrunch who first reported on its existence and said that it is an 'early prototype' from 'a recent hackathon – it is not available to anyone publicly, and we have no plans to test or launch it at this time.'

While the platform

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