Snapchat is changing up its Stories page once again.
The app is reversing two previous changes it made: Stories will no longer auto-advance and Discover content will appear farther down in the Stories page.
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The change is starting to roll out now on Android and will begin to show up for everyone else soon.
The update is a rare reversal from the company, whose updates — even minor ones — tend to trigger a passionate response from the app's users.
Snapchat addressed one of its biggest user complaints when it announced Friday that it was doing away with its Auto Advance feature.
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