Many users seem to have no way to avoid the tragic experience of not getting to access their Instagram accounts these days. One of the world’s most popular social networks seems to be down for the count.
Instagram users are now facing screens telling them they’re not logged in, feeds that fail to load, and other kinds of similar scenarios. Last year, Instagram was known to have over 1.2 billion users that were active every month. It shouldn’t be any different in 2022.
Instagram is trying to fix the problem
Those who are responsible for developing and maintaining Instagram are aware of the newest problems of the social network and are already trying to fix them.
Seine Kim, who’s the communications lead at Instagram, stated for The Verge:
“We’re aware that some people are having trouble accessing Instagram. We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible and we apologize for any inconvenience.”
It should be only a matter of time until Instagram will provide a fix, given that otherwise, the developers are frequently looking for ways to improve the app.
Last year in July, the boss of Instagram made a shocking claim:
“We are no longer a photo-sharing app,
The number one reason people say they use Instagram, in research, is to be entertained.”
Changes are coming to video on Instagram 📺
At Instagram we’re always trying to build new features that help you get the most out of your experience. Right now we’re focused on four key areas: Creators, Video, Shopping and Messaging. pic.twitter.com/ezFp4hfDpf
— Adam Mosseri (@mosseri) June 30, 2021
On Instagram, people can see photos of pretty much anything, not just other people. They can see photos of cars, institutions, events, political campaigns, and much more.
What do you think? Are you also affected by Instagram’s latest issues? Would you be able to survive without the Meta-owned social network?