How to Turn off Suggested Posts on Instagram

Instagram’s suggested posts are a fun way to find fresh material from authors that share your interests. However, not everyone wants to receive updates on their timeline from people they don’t follow. Fortunately, there are now two simple ways to delete suggested posts on the Meta-owned platform. The procedures you can use to disable Instagram’s suggested posts are described in this article.

Turn off Suggested Posts on Instagram (2022)

What are Suggested Posts on Instagram?

When users have seen all the most current content from the accounts they follow on Instagram, suggested posts are displayed to them. Instagram claims that recommendations are made based on your activity on the site, the accounts you follow, and how well-liked the content and producers are. Continue reading to find out more about how to hide Instagram’s suggested posts.

Snooze Suggested Posts on Instagram

1. Click the vertical three-dot icon in the top-right corner of the stream when you encounter a suggested post and select Not Interested from the pop-up menu.

2. Instagram will now conceal the post and display a prompt with a 30-day snooze option for suggested posts.

Disable Suggested Posts on Instagram

To conceal recommended posts for a month, select Snooze all suggested posts in feed for 30 days.

Instagram doesn’t let you block post suggestions, but there is a clever workaround that lets you choose not to view them. Setting up and switching to your Following or Favorite feeds, which were launched earlier this year, are required in this process.

You can be confident that you won’t see any suggested posts when reading these feeds because they are designed to only show you content from the individuals you follow.

Stop Seeing Suggested Posts on Instagram

You can select Following or Favorites by tapping on the Instagram logo, as we detailed in our guide on how to use Instagram’s chronological feed, to view posts from particular accounts you like. You can avoid post suggestions by viewing these feeds instead of the default Home feed.