Дата публикации: 2017-10-12 15:00
To stop an account from showing up in your search recommendations—Instagram might know what you like but you don’t need anyone else to know it!—click the search bar, and then click and hold the account—you’ll get a pop-up option to hide. (The hiding is permanent, no matter how many times you continue to search for the account.)
Finally, you can tweak your Explore feed by choosing “See Fewer Posts Like This”—when you see the kind of account you want to downplay, click the three dots in the upper left for the option to appear.
Then click “Filter” and choose “Search.” Either use “Clear Searches” for the carpet bomb, or use the block icon next to individual searches to delete them from your log. (If you have a dozen instances of searching for your elementary school crush, though, you’ll have to delete them all.)
Click on the Facebook search bar and, yup, there are your recent searches. So helpful, Facebook! Luckily, as InformationWeek points out , you can clear your Facebook search history wholesale or remove individual items. But be forewarned: You’re about to see not just a collection of your top search terms, but every individual search you’ve made on Facebook. If you’ve been doing some compulsive social media sleuthing, this may be your come-to-Jesus.
The Next Web has a full run-down for erasing these red flags. Clearing your search history is step one—it’ll clear your recent searches but won’t affect recommendations. You can do this from Settings. (On iOS click the gear icon next to “edit profile.” On Android it’s the three-dot line.)
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Instagram search habits can make themselves known in two ways: First, they contribute to your “explore” feed, Instagram’s offerings of posts you might like, which appears when you click the magnifying lens on the bottom navigation bar. Then, once you click into the search bar on the top of that page, Instagram offers more suggestions and offers your recent searches.