If you love Instagram, you’ll love Threads, a new app that lets you have text conversations with your close friends and join public discussions on various topics.
Threads is linked to your Instagram account, so you can easily follow the duplicate accounts you do on Instagram and find more people who share your interests.
Let’s continue reading to learn more if Threads can confirm all the following requests.
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How To Enable Follow Requests On Threads?
To enable follow requests on Threads, you need to have the Send Messages in Threads permission in the channel where you want to create a thread.
You can enable follow requests by visiting your profile> three-dot menu > Privacy.
You can toggle on Allow Follow Requests to let other users request to follow you on Threads.
This permission allows you to participate in Threads but not to create them.
To create public or private threads, you need the Create Public Threads or Create Private Threads permissions, respectively.
These permissions can be granted by the server owner or someone with the Manage Threads permission.
Can Threads Confirm All Follow Requests?
Threads is a new app, and Meta may add more features and improvements.
Moreover, you can send feedback to Meta through the app settings if you have any suggestions or issues.
However, there is no way to accept all follow requests at once on Threads if you have a large Instagram account.
Contrarily, you must accept them individually, which can be tedious if you have thousands of followers.
However, the head of Instagram, Adam Mosseri, said in a tweet that a Threads feed with just people you follow is on the list of potential features.
This would make it easier to see the posts from your existing followers on Instagram without having to accept them again on Threads.
How To Manage Your Follow Requests On Threads?
Managing your follow requests on Threads is essential to control who can see and interact with your posts.
Here are some tips on how to do it:
To see who is following you or who has requested to follow you,
- Tap on the Profile icon > Followers or Requests.
- Hence, you can accept or decline each request individually or tap on Accept All or Decline All to do it in bulk.
Additionally, setting your profile to private stops receiving follow requests from people you don’t know.
Only people you approve can follow you and see your posts. Follow the steps below:
- Tap on the Profile icon > Settings icon.
- Then, toggle on Private Profile.
Moreover, to unfollow, block, restrict or report someone on Threads, follow the steps below:
- Tap on their profile picture or name.
- Click the Three-dot menu at the top right corner, and choose your desired option.
Blocking someone will prevent them from following you or seeing your posts on Threads and Instagram.
Restricting someone will limit their interactions with you without them knowing.
Reporting someone will alert Meta’s team of any inappropriate or abusive behavior.
The Bottom Line
To use Threads, you need to have an Instagram account and follow the accounts you want to see on Threads.
You can manage your follow requests by accepting or declining them or setting your profile to private.
Threads is a fun and easy way to connect with friends and discover new content.