Most of the time, Instagram does not collapse. However, all systems have faults, which is why we occasionally receive the “Instagram Couldn’t Refresh Feed” error for no apparent reason.
How do I solve Instagram’s inability to refresh the feed?
The inability to refresh the feed is a common Instagram issue. Many Instagram users across the globe have recently reported that when they refresh their Instagram feed, they get the error message Instagram Couldn’t refresh feed.
You may launch the app on your iPhone as normal, but when you attempt to refresh the page to receive the latest updates, the error message “Couldn’t Refresh Feed” appears. It’s upsetting.
So, here are several solutions to the Instagram issue.
What is the best way to update Instagram?
There is no button to refresh the Instagram feed, but you may exit it by pulling down on the screen. If you encounter the message “couldn’t refresh feed,” follow the steps below to repair it.
- Turn off and on the network connection
The most common reason of this issue is a work disconnect. As a result, the first thing you should do if you notice an issue is to verify your network connection.
Check to see whether your Wi-Fi/mobile data is active. If the network signal is poor, this Instagram issue may still occur. So, open a website on your browser; if it takes a long time to load, it indicates a poor network signal. So you might use Instagram later when the network connection is stronger, or you could try switching between cellular data and Wi-Fi data to see which works best.
There are two more explanations:
If you have this issue at the end of each month, the error is most likely caused by your cell carrier restricting your mobile data after a certain amount of data use in a month. You may resolve this issue by contacting your cellphone provider.
Overloaded network connection: You may get this error if a large number of people attempt to use a mobile network at the same time, such as during a concert or a game.
- Restart Your Device
If you continue to get the “Couldn’t Refresh Feed” error after attempting these solutions, you should restart your phone to see if this resolves the issue. It may not work for everyone, but it never hurts to try.
- Close the Instagram app and reopen it.
You may try logging into your Instagram account again to check whether the issue has been resolved.
To log out of Instagram, follow these steps:
- Open the Instagram app and go to your profile by tapping the tiny profile image in the home feed.
- Press the three-line symbol (hamburger icon)
- Tap configuration
- Press the log out button.
- Login to the Instagram app once again to check whether it is error-free.
- Resolve Instagram’s inability to update its feed Reinstall or update your Instagram app.
The mistake may have been generated by an improper post, picture, or remark on your account. You should use a computer browser to access Instagram and check if there is anything incorrect with your postings.
- Check out Instagram on a PC or other device.
You may check to see whether the issue is present on other devices. You may use a different phone or a tablet. You may try access the Instagram account on a computer to check if the problem persists.
To publish to Instagram from a PC, go to the Creator Studio website (which belong to Instagram). To add posts, sign in with your Facebook or Instagram account and click Create.
How should this be reported to Instagram?
If none of the previous options work, you may report the issue to Instagram by following the instructions below.
- Open the Instagram app and sign in with your username and password.
- Go to your profile by touching the profile image in the upper right corner of your Instagram feed.
- Tap the three-line symbol in the upper right corner.
- Select a setting
- Tap help and then choose the “Something isn’t working” option.
- Prepare your report and submit it.
- That’s all!
Note: If the issue persists, you may report it to Instagram by following these steps:
Go to Instagram, touch the settings button, then choose “Report a Problem”> “Something Isn’t Working,” and explain your issue.