Instagram is testing a switch that will allow posts from verified accounts to be included in the feed. This was announced by Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri, writes The Verge.

“We’re exploring this as a new control for people and a way for businesses and creators to get discovered,” he explained.

The new toggle will be available to Meta Verified subscription holders, which costs $11.99 for the web version and $14.99 in the app. The tool will appear in the “Subscriptions” and “Favorites” sections.

We would like to remind you that Meta Verified made its debut this year first in Australia and New Zealand. In the spring, it became available for users in the United States. To get access to the subscription, Meta requires you to provide a government-issued identity document. Users must be 18 years of age or older and have two-factor authentication enabled.

Followers cannot change their profile name, photo, username, or date of birth unless they want to go through the verification process again.

Meta announced Meta Verified a few months after paid verification was introduced on Twitter, now called X.