Instagram is making substantial changes to its design in February. The changes include the removal of the Shop tab and a shift in the placement of the Reels feature. The goal of this redesign is to make the platform more intuitive and user-friendly.
One of the primary changes that Instagram will be implementing is the removal of the Shop tab, which currently allows users to discover and purchase products. Instead, Instagram is seamlessly integrating e-commerce features into the platform to provide a more natural shopping experience for its users.
Another change that Instagram is introducing is the relocation of the Reels feature. It will be moved to a less prominent location to avoid overwhelming users who don’t need or want to use it as much.
Instagram is also reorganizing the navigation bar for easy access to the features users need. With these design changes, Instagram aims to make the platform more intuitive and user-friendly, while also encouraging users to engage with the platform in new ways.
These changes will roll out globally in February. This redesign is expected to have a positive impact on the way that Instagram is used by its millions of users, making it more efficient and user-friendly.