Instagram is one of the most popular social media. You must be using Instagram to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, and others. Continuously Instagram is rolling out so many features in the app like Reels and others. To adjust all the features, Instagram introduces the app home screen layout.
Instagram exchange the upload and activity tab for Reels and Shop tabs in the new redesigned home screen. Today I am explaining to you about Instagram introduces the new home screen for the Reels and Shop. Read this post till the end to know more about this.
Here are the full details about Instagram introduces New Home Screen for Reels and Shop.
Instagram is redesigning the home screen. You will find so many differences between the current and new home screen. On the new home screen, you will see the new tab for the shop. In the previous replaced Instagram has changed the Explore tab in the navigation bar. But now it changes the position of the upload and activity tabs on the new home screen.
Now you will find the activity (likes, comments, and followers showing tab) and upload tabs on the top of the right next to the message icon. The company targets the Reels (the TikTok competitor) to show on the front and center place to get more attention. Also, the Explore tab gets back to its original place.
Instagram says in an official blog post that we are rolling out the Reels tab to be a kind of a stage, a place where people can share their creativity with the world and have a chance to break out and find an audience.
Instagram also continues to expand its shopping feature in the app. This shop feature allows you to tag products in your posts and stories. It dedicates a separate tab for the tab to explore the products. The company says on the official blog post that the users will see recommendations via the @shop handle, personalized suggestions, new product collections from brands, as well as creators and shoppable videos/ photos.
The Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri said that We don’t make these changes lightly- we haven’t updated Instagram’s home screen in a big way for quite a while. But how people create and enjoy culture has changed, and the biggest risk to Instagram is not that we change too fast, but that we don’t change and become irrelevant.