These posts are suggested based on posts liked by accounts you follow.
Instagram revealed that the new feature will not get in the way of accounts you specifically follow and will instead reveal itself when you've seen all the posts on offer on your feed from people you follow.
The new section, "Recommended for You", is clearly labeled so as not to be confused with your own home feed.
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Recently, Instagram has been focused on broadening access to posts and content beyond accounts that users follow.
This feature may already be in the works for several other smartphone applications. Earlier this month, the company introduced a way to allow users to follow hashtags - in other words, you can now follow your interests, not just accounts. For the hashtags, you can easily opt in and out voluntarily.
It's very hard though to see why this could be a problem for anyone. Besides, the recommended posts will only appear once you have viewed all the stories on your timeline. In early December, the social media platform rolled out testing for their "Recommended for You" section.
IG hasn't yet confirmed a date that the "Recommended for You" transformation will be complete on both iOS and Android.