Instagram just released an update that allows users to share up to 10 photos or videos in a single post.
We can finally stop flooding our feeds with excessive photos of a single event, or even using those meh-looking collages, which we know have the honest intention of helping us avoid the flood.
When uploading to Instagram version 10.9, you’ll see an icon on the lower rightside: select multiple. Click on that and IG will let you select photos from your library.
“Tap and hold to change the order, apply a filter to everything at once or edit one by one,” Instagram writes on its blog.
Viewing a multiple-photo post has a Tinder-esque feel: Swipe left to see the next photo and the next and the next and so on. The first photo of the series, by the way, becomes the “cover photo” of the mini-album.
Anyway, all the material in the post share that one caption you’ll write at the end, and are square-only—for now, at least.
Right now, the feature feels totally encouraging to share kitchen misadventures (recipes, yo!), DIYs, and an excellent weekend at the beach.
By the way, the update will also now allow you to like comments. Yes, a half-step of an engagement.
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