Instagram is updating its web interface to take advantage of a large screen. So, if you’ve ever used Instagram on a desktop computer, you know that it resembles a poorly designed version of the app’s mobile website. The business is now launching a new design that makes use of enormous displays.
According to the CEO of Instagram
Adam Mosseri, the CEO of Instagram, announced this in a post on Tuesday, along with a service that lets business accounts plan their postings.
He stated, “We recognize that many individuals multitask online, so we wanted to ensure Instagram was as amazing an experience as possible online.” He noted that the new design is more streamlined, quicker, and user-friendly.
In the new layout, the side pane now contains the menus and icons for the home screen, search, messages, and notifications. The explore/search page also features a complete grid that fills the display. Based on the display you are on, the new sidebar expands as well as contracts.
Posts, Guides, Reels, and Tagged were housed above the grid on the previous site design when you accessed a profile. As a result, you had to scroll to the top from any location to move to another tab. Moving these choices to the side in the new design fixes this issue.
Instagram will be simpler to use while flipping between tabs on wide monitors thanks to this update, which is being incrementally sent out to users.
However, if you were hoping for an Instagram app on the iPad, that will be around for a while. According to Mosseri earlier this year, the iPad app needs to be more significant to warrant priority consideration for development.
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