Instagram Gets New Feature Letting iOS Users Post Same Content On Multiple Accounts

Instagram gets new feature letting iOS users post same content on multiple accounts. Instagram is currently revealing another component that gives users a chance to post a similar content on various accounts. The feature is at present being made accessible on Instagram for iOS, yet there’s no official affirmation yet on whether it’ll touch base on Android too. As of now, users need to switch profiles inside the application to present content on their different profiles on Instagram.

The new feature, being called ‘self regram’, is appropriate for influencers, business account directors, and other people who keep up numerous profiles on Instagram. The feature is taking off comprehensively on the iOS application. The Facebook-possessed organization had recently presented resharing by means of its Stories format.

In the wake of choosing a photograph or a video and applying users’ most favourite filters, they will see a choice to ‘Post to Other Accounts’ under the area field. Users can post a similar content by choosing the applicable accounts.

The feature is relied upon to spare a great deal of time for Instagram users who like to post the equivalent over the entirety of their profiles. For the individuals who run numerous individual accounts, this could be a helpful component also. Obviously, this isn’t an issue in the event that users have next to zero common followers.

The capacity to choose different accounts at the last advance, just before distributing, makes things considerably simpler and less muddled for generally users. Starting at now, Instagram has restricted this component to the normal content format.

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