Instagram mobile website now allows users to create Stories

Instagram mobile website now allows users to create Stories

Instagram mobile website now allows users to create Stories

To post a Story, simply hit the camera icon on the top left of the site. The photo-centric social network is adding support for posting stories directly from your browser.

Instagram said the update would be rolling out to all users in the coming weeks, and follows the introduction of viewable Stories to the web on mobile for the first time earlier this year - a feature which was launched in August.

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Though many users in the US and Europe rely on the app, Instagram has been steadily increasing the functionality of its mobile site in recent months as it looks to grow its users in developing markets where the app may be too data or resource intensive for many users. Thanks to a change, which includes the ability to create Stories straight from the mobile web, things are looking better. Users are still not allowed to upload stores from the desktop.

Instagram has been designed mostly as an app and that is where it shines for users. The latest update will be part of Instagram version 22 and it is available on both iOS and Android platforms. It goes without saying that users must be signed in to see the new feature. Once a new user joins the live video, screen will then split into two and your friend will appear below you.

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Further, on the mobile web, one can now save posts to revisit later. When a live session has ended then you can either add it to stories or discard it.

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