Photo sharing site Instagram is rolling out a new feature that will allow the users to manage multiple accounts to post the same content to all feeds more directly. Earlier the users were required to manually post the content on the desired accounts or utilize a third party report app. Just four months back the social network had denied the reports that it was working in to some kind of reprogramming service.
The recent announcement by Instagram is surely going to change the dynamic of the image sharing platform. The new update is currently rolling out for just the iOS users and will help the companies, influencers and anyone else to manage multiple feeds that streamline sharing content across various outlets. Some of the experts have pointed out that the new change might instigate a shift towards the more generic foods with the companies that are possibly opting for the easy route by just blindly sharing the identical content across all the feeds for the maximum exposure.
While talking about changes, the photo sharing platform has made a good number of changes in recent times. In November 2018, the company had rolled out a fresh profile design and had promised to make the app cleaner and easier to use. Later the company had mysteriously updated its app that had removed the iPhone XS Max optimization. There are no reports on when the new feature on Instagram will be rolled out for Android but it can be predicted that the rollout will begin in the next few weeks.
Instagram had earlier introduced resharing of stories in 2018 that allowed the users to test an Android shortcut for importing photos from Google Photos. The Facebook owned social network allows to upload pictures and videos and can be edited with various filters and organized with tags as well as location information. The posts of an account can be shared publicly with the pre-approved followers.
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