Your posts will still be out of order. And here's why we are so confident about it.
Once upon of time, we had Facebook, and it was good for our businesses. Then, they made an algorithm that hid the majority of our posts from our audiences. We moved to Instagram where we had control over the order and the visibility of our posts. Facebook bought Instagram and incorporated the same algorithm. We were just about to leave Instagram, when suddenly, it seemed that the good old days of chronological order were going to come back. Unfortunately, the rumors were proven false by Instagram's own spokesperson, who said:
No, Instagram is not testing chronological feed.
You may ask yourself why so many social network platforms changed their feed flow paradigm? The answer is simple: profit from high engagement and ads. Posts that are getting more attention may bring more profit to the platform, because they will keep people busy on the platform, which in turn will inevitably show them more ads. This is why your feed won't be displayed in order anytime soon.
Is this the beginning of the end or this is going to give birth to a new social network?