If we had to pick the most anticipated Instagram feature throughout the years, then it would probably have to be the ability to switch from one account to another without having to log out and then back in each and every single time. Instagram started testing this on Android in November, but now it’s also being tested on iOS.
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Many users struggle with the management of two or more Instagram accounts. Today we can start feeling optimistic though, as it seems that Instagram may well be on its way to roll out the option to switch between accounts, to all users soon.
It was back in November when Android beta testers were introduced to the idea of multiple-account switching, and of course the question back then was, “when will it be introduced to iOS users”? Well, the answer is now… but it’s still being tested and there are only very few who have the feature.
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For those who have the feature, the option should appear in their app Settings. Check there to find out if you’re among the lucky ones. I don’t have it yet, but if you do, let us know in the comments.
Up to now, Instagram hasn’t confirmed whether the feature will be rolled out t0 all users yet and when, but we are still hoping it will happen very soon. If you can’t wait, there is a workaround only available on iOS – it will require you to jailbreak your iPhone though.
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