It's happened to us all. you meet someone new, you swap Instagrams and suddenly you're paying attention to every single thing they do on the internet. The photos they like and the people they follow , and perhaps most irritatingly the places they show up in the list of users who have viewed the story on your Instagram Story.
It may sound absurd however, given the addiction to the internet, it's not that surprising that a lot of us are taking note of these seemingly insignificant modifications in someone's social media behavior. If you're as me, then you may be posting content in the hope to have a specific person be able to see it (who wouldn't want to be a victim of a thirst trap??) In that scenario, you'll be checking who has viewed your post.
What does the order in which people appear your stories actually refer to? If you notice a person who is a foe suddenly being on top every single day is that a sign they're constantly stalking you? If you're interested in someone and the person is pushed to the bottom of the list, are they no longer engaging with your profile as often? Most importantly, If you have a crush who is your most popular user... Are they in love with you or What?
But seriously it's true that we don't be concerned, but honestly, we do. We all share the social networks with content in order to create some kind of social impact , or perhaps you'd prefer to keep your selfies to yourself , so it shouldn't be a surprise that we're all concerned about the impact our content has actually had on the people who use our content the most.
What is the way that Instagram determine who will be the audience of your post?
Also do Instagram Story viewers placed in order according to how much they like you Please God is that true? The product manager of Instagram Home Julian Gutman revealed this exact detail in an interview with The Verge last year.
The people who appear on this list aren't those who stalk you the most. It's really based on what you do and who you're close to Gutman said. Gutman explained. There are many variables that can be confusing, do you check their profile and like their feed posts or make comments on their feed posts or read their posts? Do you go through the list several times? If yes the algorithm tries to present a different group of people, trying to provide you with new information each time you go through this list.'
In the same way that photos appear in your feeds first based on the people you interact with the most, as opposed to chronologically, as they did during the glory days of Instagram Story Viewers will appear exactly like that.
In all honesty, we should have known that we're the ones who are stalking and not being stalked however, that shouldn't stop us from being dissatisfied. Perhaps we can all be content with our ignorance and pretend that everyone loves our plight... 2020 is a tough year already.