You’re All Caught Up Instagram Meaning & How To Tun OFF?

You might have seen the “You’re All Caught Up” message on the screen while scrolling through Instagram.

You will probably see this message when you see or interact with all the posts from your friends and people you follow.

Instagram has rolled out this feature to resolve users’ complaints that they cannot view the posts in chronological sequence and often miss many things. 

Unsurprisingly, there has been a range of responses to this new feature since its launch.

Many users are urging Instagram to simply put back the chronological feed now, even though some users have embraced it as better than nothing. 

So, if you are having issues with the “You’re All Caught Up” message or want to know more about this read below.

What Does “You’re All Caught Up” On Instagram Mean?

“You’re All Caught Up” on Instagram means the user has seen all the postings from the previous 3 days. 

However, it doesn’t mean a user cannot scroll through old posts.

Posts published more than 3 days ago, or those you have previously seen and scrolled through, will be visible beyond the tick and “You’re All Caught Up” message.

You're All Caught Up Instagram

After that you will get suggested posts or reels from Instagram which is random according to your Interest.

If you want to see older posts on your Instagram then tap on “View Older Posts“.

After that you will be able to see all older posts.

Therefore, even if it is a little alteration, it should at least ease supporters’ minds of chronological arrangement. 

The most recent versions of Instagram for iOS and Android provide this feature.

To get “You’re All Caught Up” on Instagram, a user must update Instagram.

Why Does Instagram Say You’re All Caught Up?

When users scroll through all 3 days old posts, Instagram displays “You’re All Caught Up” to inform them that they haven’t missed any post uploaded within 3 days. 

Also, Instagram Says, “You’re All Caught Up” if you have viewed all the recent posts and your friends haven’t posted anything new. 

How To Turn OFF Or Disable “You’re All Caught Up” On Instagram

No, there is no method to disable “You’re all caught up” on Instagram.

A user can only do one thing; tap the “See Older Posts” to check the feed posted 3 days.

There is nothing to display from your feed because you are completely caught up on Instagram posts on your home feed.

Try adding new Instagram followers, turning off less data use, or trying using a VPN and checking if your iPhone or Android device displays you’re all caught up messages from feeds.

Also, you can try uninstalling and installing Instagram.

1. Turning OFF Less Data Use

Step 1: Open Instagram App on your smartphone (iOS or Android).

Step 2: Tap on the Add Account button (having your display picture) at the bottom right.

Step 3: Tap on the top right menu button on this page. 

Step 4: Go to “Settings”  -> “Account” 

Step 5: Now, select the “Mobile Data Uses” option. 

Step 6: You will see the “Data Saver” option under “use less data” option; set it off.

Step 7: Now, close the app and open it if the error is fixed. 

2. Use VPN

  • Search for your preferred VPN on the App Store or Google Play and install it on your smartphone. 
  • Activate this VPN and try using your Instagram account. 

3. Clear Browsing Data

Step 1: Open Instagram on your device (iOS or Android).

Step 2: Tap on the add account button (having your display picture) at the bottom right. 

Step 3: Tap on the top right menu button on this page.

Step 4: Go to “Settings” and select the “Account”.

Step 5: Go to “Browser Settings” and clear the browsing data.