Instagram has today announced that users can now create Stories and save posts while using mobile web. The features will be available to everyone in the coming weeks.
When users will open Instagram using the browser, they will find the camera icon at the top left corner of their feeds. Users need to tap it to take a photo or add a photo from the library. One can also add text and change text colour. Once done, users can post it to the story by tapping “Share to Your Story”.
Further, on the mobile web, one can now save posts to revisit later. Users can access the saved posts by tapping the bookmark icon present in the top right corner of the page. Earlier, Instagram announced that users will be able photos and videos that older than 24 hours to Stories. The latest update will be part of Instagram version 22 and it is available on both iOS and Android platforms.
Previously, Instagram only allowed photos and videos to be uploaded to Stories, which were taken within 24 hours limit. Now, with the latest update, users will be able to add anything from the camera roll and share it instantly with friends.
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Further, users will automatically see a new sticker that helps them add context for when it was taken. One can also rotate, resize or remove the date sticker from the story before it is being shared. Earlier, the photo-sharing app introduced Superzoom feature through which users will get an extremely close-ups that can be used to make funny videos with some dramatic sound effects.