Since its launch in August 2016, Stories has been one of the Instagram The most popular features.
The feature allows Instagram users to post photos and videos that disappear after 24 hours.
Now, it looks like Instagram is getting ready to launch a major redesign that makes it much easier to display your friends' stories.
Julian Gamboa, marketing and social media manager at Adweek, posted screenshots of the new layout for Twitter this week.
He wrote: "You've heard of two Instagram story lines … Now get ready to" SEE ALL STORIES "
The screenshots indicate that your main feed may soon include two story lines at the top of the screen, instead of the current one.
In the meantime, a new "See all stories" bar has been added at the top of the screen.
According to Gamboa, if you tap this option, you will be directed to a new tab, in which all your friends' stories will be displayed in a grid.
Although it remains unclear when, or even if Instagram plans to launch the new redesign, it received a wide variety of feedback on Twitter.
One user replied, "Woaaaah, this is cool", while another added, "I support."
However, others were not convinced.
One of them replied: “It would be nice if it were a new guide that works by passing, not the home page. In addition, visual pollution is getting on my nerves.
And one joked: “The application has been awkward since Facebook I bought them. "
In an interview with Mirror Online, a company spokesman on Facebook said, "We are always testing new ways to improve the Instagram experience for our community."