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Instagram Now Posts to Multiple Accounts

Paul Rubens - January 10, 2019 - 10:03 AM
Instagram Now Posts to Multiple Accounts
Users with multiple Instagram accounts can post to all of them in one go from an iOS device.

(CCM) — Instagram's latest feature lets users make posts to multiple accounts at the same time, potentially saving "self-regrammers" huge amounts of time, The Verge is reporting.

As the feature rolls out to users, the "self-regram" option will appear when a post is about to be shared: a "Post to Other Accounts" option will appear alongside the option to tag people and to mark a location. This will allow users to toggle their other accounts which they would like to "self-regram" to.

The feature looks to be targeted at business users who run multiple accounts, but it could also prove popular with the many Instagram users who have more than one personal account. It follows the introduction last year of the ability to reshare Stories, enabling users to "regram" public feed posts from other users to their Story, the report points out.

The new multiple account posting feature will be available to all iOS users in the coming days, and some can already access the feature. But it is not clear yet if or when Instagram plans to extend it to the Android platform, although there is no reason to suppose that Android users will be excluded from it permanently.

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