Instagram says the feature is rolled out, so it should be live for you in the Android app. While most of us would prefer having more followers on Instagram, the company has decided that we can now follow not only people, but hashtags as well. Users will also get updates directly to their feed if they choose to follow a hashtag, just like they would get updates from an account.
If you follow a specific hashtag, you will see relevant posts from the same hashtag in your feed and the Stories bar. Along with the related accounts, the search will also show other relevant hashtags. But in an update beginning rollout today, Instagram is trying to change that by letting people follow hashtags for the first time. Instead of trying to follow all the big stars such as Lebron James, Steph Curry and Russell Westbrook, you could just follow #NBA and then stumble upon silly clips like that one time Delonte West gave a young Gordon Hayward a wet willie. In case users want to keep hashtags they follow down low can do so by setting the account on private, this means that only your followers will able to see that information.
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When Hayek brought " Frida ", which she was producing, to Miramax to distribute, Weinstein made outrageous demands as payback. Weinstein, who is now under investigation for sexual assault in four cities, has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex.
Previously, there were two main ways to find photos and videos with a certain hashtag.
Following Twitter's footsteps of searching hashtags and staying connected with hobbies, passions and communities, Instagram on Wednesday launched a similar feature for its users.
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With the latest update, users will be able to follow the hashtags.
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