MAFS groom Michael Brunelli reveals how to access a secret Instagram feature

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Married At First Sight’s Michael Brunelli Reveals How To Access A Secret Instagram Feature … And Immediately Regrets It

Instagram removed the like counter for Australian users in 2019, saying the move was to “ ease the pressure ” when posting photos.

And nearly two years later, Married At First Sight star Michael Brunelli has shared a ‘hack’ for Aussies who want the feature to return.

The personal trainer, 30, shared a step-by-step guide on how to get the counter back that shows exactly how many likes a message has received.

It’s back! Married At First Sight star Michael Brunelli has shared a ‘hack’ for Aussies who want the like counter to return after it was removed from the social media app nearly two years ago

Michael and his girlfriend Martha Kalifatidis are best known for being one of the few enduring couples from Channel Nine’s social experiment.

He explained that users can now click the three dots next to their uploads to access a settings menu where they can toggle similar items on and off and view counters.

Go to setting> privacy> posts to turn on / off viewing likes [and slide the button]’he wrote on Instagram Stories.

Tutorial: Michael (pictured with girlfriend Martha Kalifatidis) shared a step-by-step guide on how to get the counter back showing exactly how many likes a post has received

Tutorial: Michael (pictured with girlfriend Martha Kalifatidis) shared a step-by-step guide on how to get the counter back showing exactly how many likes a post has received

Helpful: He explained that users can now click the three dots next to their uploads to access a settings menu where they can toggle the likes on and off and view counters.

Helpful: He explained that users can now click the three dots next to their uploads to access a settings menu where they can toggle the likes on and off and view counters.

“ For those in my DMs who asked how I got the feature, I just updated my app, ” he said, adding that he’d been notified of the update through a pop-up notification.

After several followers sent messages that the feature was not yet available or accessible to all users, Michael apologized.

“My bad guys … not even Martha has it,” he said.

'My bad all ... even Martha doesn't have it': Michael soon realized it was a beta feature only offered to select Instagram users before the official rollout

‘My bad all … even Martha doesn’t have it’: Michael soon realized it was a beta feature only offered to select Instagram users before the official rollout

In the beta feature, which was rolled out to select users on April 14, Instagram allows Aussies to decide for themselves if they want to see the likes on their posts.

Michael joked afterwards that he had revealed an industry secret and angered Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, owner of Instagram.

Realizing that I gave away an Insta secret and went on Mark Zuckerberg’s best friends list, he signed a video of himself in a state of apparent distress.

'Gone from Zuckerberg's Best Friends List': Michael later joked that he had revealed an industry secret and angered Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook who owns Instagram

‘Gone from Zuckerberg’s Best Friends List’: Michael later joked that he had revealed an industry secret and angered Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook who owns Instagram

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