Instagram is testing a feature that will allow iOS users regram posts to multiple accounts

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January 10, 2019
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Instagram is reportedly currently working on a new feature that will let its users "self-regram" photos and videos.

The feature will make it easier for businesses, regular users and influencers with multiple Instagram accounts to publish content across all their profiles simultaneously, instead of posting on one at a time.

It will only be available to iOS users for now, the company is yet to announce when it would be available on Android.

The “self-regram” option will appear when users are about to share a new post. Underneath the Tag People and location options, there’ll be an option to “Post to Other Accounts” which will let you toggle on where else you’d like to publish the post.

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According to TechCrunch, “once a user selects a photo or video to post, the Instagram for iOS composer screen for adding captions and tags now includes toggle switches for syndicating the post to your other accounts to which you’re logged in.”

In addition, Instagram is also testing an easier way for Android users to import pictures from Google photos.

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