Instagram is bringing support to upload posts (photos/videos) in its web version as per leaks. Though many are using Instagram on mobile clients, it makes sense all its rivals are pushing browser mode on par with mobile clients. With this support, desktop users can upload, edit, apply filters, tag people, add locations and share them just like in the mobile version.
Instagram Web to Get Add Post Support
The Facebook-owned photo-sharing platform, Instagram, is a popular social media among youngsters. As they demand more and more new and interesting features, the makers didn’t disappoint them at any stage. Following the trend, Instagram has brought Stories from Snapchat, Reels from TikTok, and others.
But, it’s missing most of these features in its desktop mode, where some users often use Instagram on the browser. Facebook ignoring developing Instagram on the web is reasonable, as most users access it from mobile clients. But, as the rivals are offering support to desktop versions since more people are accessing through the web, it makes sense that Instagram should try one.
#Instagram is working on the ability to create posts from the desktop website 👀 pic.twitter.com/pATuOHiTGE
— Alessandro Paluzzi (@alex193a) May 14, 2021
The platform is already accessible through the web, where users can view posts, comment, and send direct messages but not creating posts. This is changing, as Instagram is reportedly working on adding this support, as per Alessandro Paluzzi. He earlier leaked stories of Instagram working on audio chat rooms like Clubhouse and an affiliate program for influencers.
Now, he shared images of Instagram’s new support for adding posts through a web browser. Here, the user can click on the + button to add files from his device and preview them to make any changes. These can be adding filters, cropping, resizing, adding location, writing context, and tagging friends.
Also, they can connect to their Facebook account and share on it instantly. As this is still in the works, the support may have some features added or removed at the time of stable rollout.