Quiet Mode or Instagram’s Silent Mode is officially available to users. This feature allows users not to receive any notifications. We will tell you how to activate Quiet Mode or Instagram Silent Mode.
Instagram’s Quiet Mode is designed to help users reduce app usage. But, Instagram’s Silent Mode isn’t just about turning off notifications.
The feature will notify other users who try to send messages. The silent mode icon is also shown on the profile to alert the user.
So, if you’re looking to take a break from Instagram or just reduce usage, it’s time to activate the silent mode on Instagram.
Before that, make sure you’ve downloaded the latest version of Instagram on smartphone based on iOS and Android through the App Store and Google Play Store.
It’s important to note that this feature is only available in certain countries. However, the new feature is coming soon to users around the world.
If you want to know how to activate Silent Mode when traveling in your country, here are simple and short steps to follow.
- Open the Instagram app on Android and iOS devices
- Tap the icon Profile in the lower right corner of the application
- Tap the three horizontal bars in the upper right corner
- Select > Settings > Notifications > Quiet Mode
- To activate it, simply toggle the switch
Instagram asks teens to use the silent mode feature when browsing at night so that notifications don’t disturb them.
Note that Quiet Mode is currently only available to users in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United States and the United Kingdom.
Along with this new mode, Instagram also presents a recommendation control feature that makes users more flexible in choosing content on the platform.
Specifically, users can tell what types of content Instagram doesn’t want them to recommend. On the lookup tab, select multiple columns.
Then, clicks are not interested to shape the Instagram content algorithm as desired. Users can also restrict certain words, hashtags, emojis.
The goal is to determine suitable content. Users can access this feature through the hidden words section in the application’s privacy settings. [SN/HBS]