People of the internets and insta-phofographers rejoice! Instagram will reportedly give you the opportunity to save for later your edited images, in the form of drafts.
That’s right! No more lost edits when an incoming call interrupts your artistic verve. If you’re among the lucky ones, then you may have already seen the option to save a picture as a draft, in order to publish it at a later time.
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To save your edits within the app, all you have to do is backtrack a few steps and then press the Cancel button. You will then see a pop up notification that asks you whether you want to save the image as draft or discard the edits. The changes have been spotted in iOS and it is not yet known whether they will be available on Android as well.
All edited images, including captions and location information, will be there, so next time you open the app you can publish the image with a single tap. Moreover, Instagram gives you the opportunity to edit your drafts, in case you change your mind and want to get rid of your photo edits and start new ones.
This is a great feature for users. In our opinion, and given the lack of proper scheduling mechanism, brands could benefit as well, by bulk saving their photos and keeping them in-app for a later time.
Have you spotted the update in your Instagram app?
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