On Monday, Instagram announced that they're dropping a new update on us that includes a feature called "You're All Caught Up." It's a FOMO-sufferers' dream; a notification that lets you know when you've seen all of the posts that have been shared on your feed in the last 48 hours. It literally doesn't let you miss a thing. But if all of your friends are using the feature and you're not, you're probably wondering why you can't see Instagram's "You're All Caught Up" message — which, with its absence, is probably giving you double FOMO.
The new feature comes in the form of a message; once you'e reached the end of the posts that you haven't seen, Instagram will let you know. All of the posts that appear after the message, are posts that you've already seen, and posts that are more than two days old. Not having this update makes for a really meta, FOMO squared experience. That said, fret not, the update is en route, if not lost in translation.
Instagram typically rolls out their updates slowly to minimize app overload and technical difficulties. So the combination of the company's trickle-down release and a mix of various obstacles on your end that might be getting in the way of the update, makes it unlikely that you had access to the feature the moment it was released. That said, if it seems like everyone around you is taking full advantage of the feature, there are a few things you can do to potentially expedite the process of getting there, too. Here are some update methods you can try: