Whether you want to preview your entire story to make sure it's just right or you're waiting for a strong connection to upload all of your photos and videos from the day, it's now faster and easier than ever to share to your story after the moment has passed.
The new update allows users to upload up to 10 pieces of media, be it pictures or videos which will be posted in a single shot. On the edit screen, a preview of all the media selected will appear at the bottom of the screen, and each can be tapped in order to individually add stickers, text, or whatever else your heart desires.
The picture sharing service permits its users now to download their data from the platform. Email address of the users would be needed where the data would be exported.
Users can access "Data Download" for Instagram from here or they can visit the application's privacy settings.
In additon, when users share a photo or video, the location sticker will now automatically suggest places close to the location the media was captured.
Maine sheriff's deputy investigating robbery fatally shot
Police say Williams is "armed and dangerous" and sent out a nation-wide bulletin asking other departments to search for him. The last Somserset County sheriff's deputy to die in the line of duty was Charles Baker, in a vehicle crash in 1999.
If you're a frequent user of Instagram, you've probably shared photos with your friends using Stories.
Instagram is now the widely used social platform for sharing pictures and videos. Three cheers for more aesthetically pleasing and complete narratives on Instagram Stories!
You may or may not be able to see the new feature on your app yet, however, we are expecting all users to receive the update by end of this week.