Closing the comments column in feeds and stories Instagram can be a step for users who do not want to get comments from followers or other users. Here’s how to close the comments column for Instagram feeds and stories.
Closing the comment field can be done both for photo posts and uploaded videos. Instagram itself offers a feature to block comments with certain words. However, if the user does not want to bother, he can immediately close the comment column.
For information, the Feed and Instagram Stories features are equipped with a comment column by default. This feature supports users to interact with other users on Meta’s social media.
The steps taken to close this comment column can be applied to both Android and iOS users. Here’s how to close the comments column for Instagram feeds and stories quoted from Tech Untold:
How to Close the Comment Column on Instagram Feed Posts
– Open the Instagram app and go to your profile screen by clicking on the profile icon on the bottom right
– Then select the feed post that you want to disable comments for
– Then click the three dots that are in the upper right
– Then click Turn off commenting or turn off the comment column.
– After doing the steps above, you will automatically see the missing comment field in your feed posts.
How to Close the Comment Column on Instagram Stories
In addition, Instagram users can also set the comment column in Instagram Stories. However, there are several steps that must be taken to close the comment column, quoted Osx Daily. Here’s how to close the comments column on Instagram stories.
– First go to profile
– Select Settings
– Then go to the privacy column
– Next select Story
– The user will be given several options. You can close the comment column on users you have followed back, all followers, or close the entire comment column from both.
That way you can block the comments column on Instagram stories and feeds. Now, the choice is given to the user whether to close the comment field completely or to reset it.
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