YOUR Instagram has a secret "rejection folder" that reveals people who have ignored you.
The hidden page takes a bit of digging to find, but it'll reveal who has snubbed you on social media.
It's increasingly common to have your Instagram set to private – to keep out nosy snoopers.
But that means you've probably had to send a few Instagram follow requests.
It's likely you've forgotten about them after a few days.
Thankfully Instagram lets you see all of the friend requests you've sent that haven't been answered.
It's possible that the recipient just doesn't use Instagram much, and simply hasn't seen your request.
Of course, it's also possible that the recipient has ignored you.
In any case, you can cancel these long-ignored friend requests.
Or you can leave it in hopes that it'll one day be accepted.
How to find Instagram sent follow requests
This list is hidden deep within Instagram's Settings.
First go to your Profile, tap into the Menu and then choose Settings.
Next tap Security and then go into Access Data.
Scroll down and look for the Connections section.
From there, you'll want to tap Current Follow Requests.
This will reveal all of your pending follow requests that haven't been approved.
To un-send them, go to each individual profile and cancel the request manually.
Note that this only works on mobile – not desktop.
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