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Back to Red/white Screen please


Citygirl

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Been using IG with the red background for 6 mnths and it promoted me to update the app. Wish I hadn't. I have sensory issues, white alone is too bright and dark is chaos for my eyes. 

Does anyone know how to change it back to red please. Thanks 

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On 03/07/2021 at 02:43, Citygirl said:

Been using IG with the red background for 6 mnths and it promoted me to update the app. Wish I hadn't. I have sensory issues, white alone is too bright and dark is chaos for my eyes. 

Does anyone know how to change it back to red please. Thanks 

Hi @Citygirl,

I believe that the only two themes available or White and Dark. I will reach out to the relevant department and forward your feedback as someone with sensitive eyes.

All the best - Arvin

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