I Have a Question about my Instagram Messages and I’m Looking for Some Answers – What Should I do?
One thing I do know is that the majority of people on Instagram like to post things that have a lot of interaction. The way I see it is that, a little bit of interaction such as liking or commenting on someone’s photo or message is nice as you can let them know you appreciate their effort in sharing what they did even if it isn’t exactly what you wanted to see. We will call this *nice* interaction.
On the other hand, when I post something that I’m looking for a little bit more interaction from people, as in liking and commenting on pictures that I post or respond to messages that I send others, we will call these *desired* interactions. Now, you may ask “What’s the difference?”, and my answer is “Not much”. And that’s true. But we will keep it that way since there are plenty of people who don’t like to do the things we’re talking about as it can be seen as too much work for them.
What Happens When You Get a Read Receipt on Instagram?
It’s understandable feeling angry when receiving a lot of messages from people who are nagging you or spamming you about something that is basically not important. I get the feeling that these messages are not the real purpose of Instagram, because if they wanted to give you an awareness about something crazy happening in your life, I think they could have done that a lot better than sending you ten text messages and four different people’s photos on WhatsApp.
But if you really tried to read all these messages and replies, do you like the idea of “new followers” but somehow losing all your privacy in your Instagram account?
No, right? So why did this happen and what was the reason behind it? Is there a solution to this? [for example, just to get rid of these notifications completely?]
That’s what I wanted to know…
So let’s answer these questions by turning off seen on instagram dm.
What happens when you get a read receipt on Instagram?
It will be easier if we investigate this problem by asking ourselves first: “What is the purpose of getting read receipts?”