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I’m sure you’ve heard… Instagram is now limiting “political” content

In this blog we’ll be covering:
🔗 How Instagram defines “political” content
🔗 A step-by-step on how to turn this new feature off
🔗 Why it’s important to turn this limited political content feature off
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Instagram defines political content as “likely to mention governments, elections, or social topics that affect a group of people and/or society at large.”

Instagram’s broad definition of ‘political content’ makes it difficult for accounts to reach people and for users to stay informed. It restricts discussions on critical issues like climate change, racial justice, human rights, and more. So see below for step-by-step guide on how to change Instagram’s new Limited “Political” content feature.

1. Go To Your Settings

2. Scroll down to ‘What you see’ and click ‘Suggested content’.

3. Click ‘Political content’ and change your setting to ‘Don’t limit’.

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