Social networks Facebook and Instagram will allow users to hide likes under their own and other people's posts.
Very soon, Facebook and Instagram will give users the ability to hide likes under posts - both their own and others'. Due to this, the developers want to "reduce social pressure." In addition, Instagram has developed a guide that should allow you to cope with difficulties of this nature.
The new system will be quite flexible. It will allow you to customize the display parameters of likes and views, narrowing the circle of people at the request of the user.
Large-scale testing of the system for hiding likes began in April, although back in 2019, Instagram decided to start hiding the "Like" counter for small groups of users. Other tested options include hiding the number of subscribers.
Earlier, Facebook recorded the growth of the market for "disinformation as a service" - the spread of fake news on a commercial basis.
Facebook is the largest social network in the world. It, together with his assistants in 2004, was created by Mark Zuckerberg, who was studying at the time at Harvard University.
Instagram is a photo and video sharing application with social media elements.