Instagram warns users when they are close to being banned


They've also added the ability to appeal your already-disabled account through the company's Help Center, and plan to bring that ability into the app itself "in the next few months".

Instagram users no longer need fear waking up to find that their account has been disabled due to some perceived infraction of the rules of the photo sharing site.

Instagram also expanded the accounts that can be deleted, saying in the blog post that under its existing policy it will delete accounts that have a predetermined percentage of violating content but now it will also remove accounts that have a certain percentage of violations within a time frame. In the beginning, only some types of content would be allowed to be appealed like pictures removed for nudity or hate speech. Yes, Instagram will first send a warning message and then they will do further proceedings to delete your account permanently. "You can still see your own likes by tapping on the list of people who've liked it, but your friends will not be able to see how many likes your post has received", Instagram wrote in a Twitter post. As of now, Instagram disables accounts that have a certain percentage of violating content.

The alert will include a history of everything Instagram has had to remove from the account, including posts, comments, and stories.

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After testing hiding total post likes in Canada, Instagram is now expanding its test to several other counties, starting with ... The app will alert users who have had posts removed for rule-breaking, and will let them know if an account deletion is imminent.

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