InGram expands the list of countries where the feature of admiration is blocked

InGram expands the list of countries where the feature of admiration is blocked

Ingram launched an experiment for Canadian users last April to see if hiding the feature would benefit users.

While the Facebook-owned company has not yet shared the results of the experiment with the public, it has begun expanding its scope now, perhaps to collect more data for consideration.

The system now hides the number of video views and views of selected users in Australia, Brazil, Ireland, Italy, Japan and New Zealand, as well as Canada.

TechCrunch noted that users will see a test banner that reads: "We want your followers to focus on what you share, not on the number of hits your posts get."

Test participants will still be able to see the number of hits they receive, but their friends will only be able to see the publication stripped of the likes.

In the future, InGram may obtain sufficient data to extend its test to block the counter, which may enable it to see how the number of users can affect the behavior of users, although it will help to stop comparing themselves to those who follow them.

Source: Ingrid


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