Instagram A/B testing new design

over 7 years ago from João Piedade, Senior Product Designer

  • Sam Beaudin, over 7 years ago (edited over 7 years ago )

    @Ravi, I think Instagram is intentionally removing the timestamp entirely, as they want the feed to become more flexible (i.e.- not necessarily chronological). I'm also guessing that they like the three action buttons being solitary as those are the primary actions they want you to take. I'd probably keep the 'more actions' button where it is, and cut everything except for "Report" and "Turn On Post Notifications", making that button respective to the poster's account.

    @Julien, Agreed.

    4 points