You’ll Finally Be Able To Browse Your Feed In Threads On Web

Instagram launches Threads with a bang. Millions of users migrated from Twitter to experience the new platform. Since its release, the application has been rolling out new updates to provide excellent features and improvements. Thankfully, one of the most requested features, the web version of Threads, has finally rolled out, enabling more user features.

Threads On Web

A few weeks ago, Mark Zuckerberg announced that we were launching a web experience for Threads in the coming days. Now, the company has introduced Threads on the Web. The new login experience for the web lets you post threads, view your feed, and interact with other people’s lines. Plus, the company is working hard to bring this experience on par with mobile and will add more functions to the web version in the coming weeks.

Threads Web UI:

Threads’ new desktop web interface is very similar to the mobile app, with a few minor differences. The navigation icons are at the top of the page, and to switch between the For You and Following feeds, you’ll need to click a button in the lower-left corner.

Threads Web UI

How To Access The Threads On the Web:

  • Firstly, visit the link here
  • Here, you will see the login interface
  • Firstly, fill the Username, Phone or email
  • Them type Password
  • Finally, tap on the Log in with Instagram


Threads is a newly launched app created by the Instagram team to share text updates and join public conversations. This application allows you to log in using your Instagram account, and posts can be up to 500 characters extended and can include links, photos and videos up to 5 minutes long. Additionally, the company claims that they are soon working on making Threads compatible with the open, interoperable social network they believe could shape the future of the Internet.

Threads Web

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Aakash Gour

Aakash is the main editor of RM Update and coordinator of the news area. If it is important and urgent, Aakash has written about it. He is an expert in the Android and Google ecosystem. He has been writing about mobile phones and technology in RM Update since 2019, a time in which he has been debugging his analyses and especially product photography.

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