Facebook-owned social media platform Instagram is reportedly working on a significant feature. It has recently enabled those of its users who have been shunted into the nether regions of the app so far; we are talking about these users who stuck to their desktops.
Instagram is undoubtedly the most famous photo-sharing platform all over the world. That’s why some users not being able to utilize 100% of its features would undoubtedly have been irritating.
However, it does have a desktop-based interface. Instagram limited its use to seeing, liking, and commenting posts. Other features, including sharing posts or Stories Reels, have been limited to Instagram’s mobile-based application. However, not anymore as Instagram introduces a new feature that will let its users create and publish posts through desktops.
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Users are going to be greeted with a screen that allows them to pick a filter when they click on the Next button the same way the Instagram application. Clicking on the Edit menu next to the Filters button is going to enable them to add other information, including their location, description of the post, and tags together with other things.
Furthermore, it is essential to note that this is not the first time that reports have suggested the Facebook-owned photo-sharing app, Instagram, functioning on a feature that would let users utilize the application from their PCs and desktops.
Another tipster, Alessandro Paluzzi, hinted last month at something similar. However, this time around, Facebook has verified that it functions on this kind of a feature.
At the same time, Facebook hasn’t shared a deadline about when this feature is going to roll out. However, we will update you as soon as we got any information about this Instagram feature.