The company claims that people weren't actually using that page anymore, which is why they decided to remove it. They have also responded to claims that it shows people's private activities where they can be outed because of what they're 'liking'.
Let's be real. Everyone goes to that page to see who is liking what, and it definitely has caused problems before.
This change comes after the social media platform removed the 'likes' function from other people's profiles. While you can still 'like' and see who has liked what, the number of likes has disappeared.
Instagram Australia’s Director of Policy Mia Garlick spoke with 7News.com.au, revealing that the new feature is to encourage users to focus on the quality of the content shared, and not obsess over likes.
“The idea is to just really let you focus on the content and the experience of engaging without being worried or feeling pressured over how many likes a post has received”, Ms Garlick told 7News.