Great News! Instagram finally introduces desktop posting feature

After a long wait, the American photo and video sharing social networking service (Instagram) have finally introduced its much-anticipated desktop posting feature.

After years of only allowing users to share photos and videos from their phones, Instagram has now added a desktop uploading option that allows users to post from their computers.
Instagram’s functions have previously been limited to its mobile app, and the recent update will go a long way toward making it easier for ordinary desktop users who find switching devices inconvenient.

Instagram will allow you to make and edit posts from the desktop site with this capability.

To check if the test is active in your browser, go to Instagram and look for a new “+” icon in the upper right icon tray. The test isn’t open to everyone, and users can only post to the mainstream.

Instagram launched the option to read Stories on the web in 2017 and added direct messaging to desktop late last year, making the new test feature the company’s most recent sign of life for its desktop product.

Instagram was launched on 6th October 2010 by Mike Krieger and Kevin Systrom. Facebook bought the service for $1 billion in cash and equity in April 2012.

Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, with over one billion monthly active users.

The social photo-sharing app is most popular in the United States and India, with each country having around 140 million Instagram users. In 2023, the number of Instagram users in the United States is expected to exceed 120 million MAU.

Instagram Stories is one of the most popular features of the app. Users can upload photographs and videos to their Stories stream, which remain visible for 24 hours before disappearing. In January 2019, the business announced that 500 million people were using Instagram Stories on a daily basis.

Source: Kwadwosheldon.com

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