This is NOT the Christmas gift we wanted, or needed - but the new Instagram update included a new way to scroll through your feed.
The bug led to a small test being distributed widely, the company said.
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Instagram user Elise Michelle called it: "By far the worst update in Instagram history".
"We quickly fixed the issue and feed is back to normal", Instagram said in an emailed statement.
The app provided instructions to users, writing: "Introducing a New Way to Move Through Posts".
Mosseri confirmed that the update should be cleared for everyone, and to just restart your app if you were still seeing it. One user tweeted, "Instagram, if I wanted Tinder, I would have downloaded Tinder".
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Within minutes the test was rolled back, and the head of Instagram explained that the broad release had been a mistake.
The app's development team must have heard us all, because they've reportedly changed the app back to its old format already! Usually, change can be pretty hard to adapt to but when you're altering something that people have gotten so used to at this point - like the way we scroll through our Instagram feeds - backlash can get pretty intense.
But on Thursday, Instagram expanded the update to the main feed as well, whether intentionally or not.
The following video shows how the tap-to-advance in the feed worked on Instagram.
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But on Twitter, angry users were tapping out responses conveying their displeasure with yet another update they didn't ask for.