On Monday and Tuesday, many Instagram users reported that they were unable to see who viewed their “Stories” posted on the app..
Previously, a user who publishes a “story” that is a simple image, a short video, or even a poll and a question, could know who was able to view the story without the viewers even interacting with it..
But this feature has apparently been stopped due to a bug that hit the app at the beginning of the new year.
custom occasion HITC For solutions and technology news, several tips to restore the stopped feature in applications.
Close the application and open it again.
First, the site says, try shutting down the app completely, by closing it, not letting it run in the background, and then opening it up again..
Sign out of the app.
Some users reported that logging out of the app and then logging back in has fixed Instagram their.
turn off your phone.
Sometimes all you have to do is turn your phone off and back on.
Delete the app.
You can also try deleting your app and then re-downloading it again.
But, if none of these works, close the app and wait a few hours before trying to use it again, maybe by then, the bug will be fixed.
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