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Fisher said, referring to the lists of users who have looked at your Story. According to a spokesperson, the order is “based on a number of signals including people who recently viewed your story, accounts you interact with the most on Instagram, and more.”The mystery has spawned endless ideas about the ranking of handles.In a thread on Reddit, users have documented experiments in which they altered various factors like how often they looked at a friend’s profile, or how often they liked photos on a profile, to see which ones had an effect on the order and which ones did not.So, if you want to gauge interest anytime soon, we recommend a tried-and-true thermometer: the thirst trap.“A thirst trap can be as simple as a selfie,” said Andrew Keller, 25, a creative strategist at Paper magazine.“I can put up a really cute selfie of me, and the caption can be, ‘Just ate a bag of Twizzlers, hate myself.’”“It’s like you’re throwing out a net into a sea of fish,” Mr. “Whenever I post a story, I kind of have an idea already of who will respond or what kind of response I will get.” If you are successful, the person you are targeting will be tempted to comment. Might even “slide into your DMs.” If so, you have pulled off your very own thirst trap.“Everyone has that one person in their mind that they want to see it,” Mr. Waiting for their response, he said, “can be torture in itself.”Once you have mastered the thirst trap, advance your skills by making use of the blocking tool.The goal for many was to figure out that all-consuming question: Does my crush like me as much as I like them?Their experiments yielded mixed results, and Instagram will likely keep the algorithm under lock and key until the end of time.“You, of course, have to wait a little bit to see if they like your photos back,” Mr. “It’s the same as if you’re looking at someone at the club and they’re not looking back.”Another factor to keep in mind in the era of Insta-fame is how many followers your romantic interest has.

Fisher agreed: “Once they’re in your DMs and they’re commenting on things, that’s when they’re trying to make a move.” As in real life, reciprocation is important.

In some cases, rather than serving as a conduit for an attraction, Instagram is a reminder of what is gone. Forgione began dating his current flame, his ex-boyfriend started paying a lot of attention to his Stories and his feed.

“The level of him creeping on me was out of control, to the point that he texted asking me, ‘Who is your new boyfriend? “The guy I’m seeing has posted things about me and just from him doing that and tagging me, I’ve seen on my Stories guys who follow him looking at my stuff,” he said.

“I delete them [from my main account] to make a statement: ‘I don’t want to keep up with your life anymore,’” Mr. “Seeing the new life in pictures helps bring a certain closure,” Mr. “Then I know I’m totally fine with the relationship ending and I think it ends with another layer of healthiness to it.

It’s really turning the page for both people.”Other social media platforms have had similar effects, but Instagram is massive (just Stories has nearly twice as many users as Snapchat does), and other pervasive platforms, such as Facebook, are not as dominated by daily, visual updates.

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