Instagram will be testing new features and changes to the look of your profile throughout November and December.
In one publishing on his blog, Instagram reported that the grid that displays your photos and videos will not change at all, but the icons over the network can be changed to words (like grid, positions, IGTV, tags or grid, posts, IGTV, tagged) .
Your profile picture can be moved to the right corner by squeezing the username to a larger font at the top of the page. It seems that followers and followers will have less priority than before and that the number of posts you have made will no longer exist.
A parallel "Follow" and "Message" buttons can be tried on profile pages, with even more options for business pages, such as "Start Order".
The blog states that the people behind Instagram will experience these changes in phases and in different combinations, in the Instagram community, in the coming weeks. And they will be waiting for your respective comments on these changes.
This is one of the mildest updates Instagram has made in recent months, as co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger resigned in September and former Facebook chief Adam Mosseri took over as vice president.
In October and November alone, the platform announced a new day-to-day dashboard called "Your Activity", three new shopping features and a new "nametag" feature reminiscent of Snapchat's Snap Codes.