Face masks, sanitizer, and home quarantine. We’re living in a pretty strange time right now, and for most of us who haven’t had to experience the coronavirus first-hand, the biggest issue that we have to deal with right now is boredom. Let’s talk about why TikTok is taking over Instagram during the quarantine.
Most, if not all of us have now been told to self-isolate and stay at home as the coronavirus continues to spread throughout every community around the world, more and more people are considering social media as a way to vent, a means of entertainment, and a creative outlet that they can capitalize on while they are banned from being out in the world.
If you’re sick and tired of the way that Facebook conducts itself through a platform like Instagram, then you may want to consider deleting both platforms altogether. Whether it’s because you think that you’re spending too much time on the gram, or you’re simply just trying to get away from Facebook, deactivating or deleting your Instagram account is a lot easier than you think.