If you are the type of person that absolutely cannot Instagram under pressure (like me), this new Instagram feature is perfect for you.
The Facebook-owned image sharing service has implemented a brand new feature that it honestly should have had from the start. Instagram now allows users to create posts and save them as drafts! Users can now safely create and edit posts, then get back to them later if they are not able to publish immediately/as it happens.
The app will now prompt you to cancel the entire post or to save it as a draft when pressing the back button. As soon as you are ready to get back to your edits, you can find your drafts under the “Drafts” tab in the “Library” when tapping the camera button.
The addition of drafts functionality comes after Instagram publicly released better comment moderation tools for users and businesses alike.
Trying to create a post that's just right? With the latest update, you can save as a draft & come back to it later. https://t.co/7lZ0eyNtBC
— Instagram (@instagram) September 20, 2016
The ability to save drafts is definitely a step in the right direction. Now those of us who manage multiple accounts, and people with bustling lives, can also get their perfect edits out there. In their own time.
The company has been testing the feature with certain verified accounts since July. Now, the new feature has been made available on both Android and iOS for all users.
Now we only need that official Regram feature, eh Instagram?
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