The question of the Instagram shadowban has been held for a long time among those who are used to using the popular social network. Now, however, there is one carried out by the platform.
In fact, as reported by The Verge and Engadgetas well as shown directly from Adam Mosseri on Twitterthe direction taken by the social network is that of Greater transparency with Content Creators. In other words, we want to inform the latter as best as possible about the reasons that led to the possible “blocking of the profile from recommended content” (obviously the objective is also, at the base, to inform the creators of the content involved that their account “ended up” in this state).
The novelty, which is clearly aimed at professional accounts, allows Content Creators to be able to go to the profile settings and take a look, through the “Account Status” section, at how their account is seen by Instagram. More precisely, from here it is possible to see if the contents of the profile are in line with what is required to be recommended to “non-follower” users.
After long debates on the issue, Instagram is therefore adopting a renewed approach regarding the complaints of Content Creators who claim to see “fluctuations” related to the performance of what is published. In short, content creators can now know if the reason for the “fluctuations” is actually related to failure to meet certain conditions. Among other things, the Content Creators can possibly present an “appeal” regarding s marked by the platform as “unsuitable”. For more details on the news, you can in any case refer to Instagram official blog.