Report: Instagram Will Soon Let Users Upload Posts through Laptops, Desktops, & Tablets

Instagram will soon allow users to upload images from its web version through laptops, tablets, and even computers

After waiting for a decade, Instagram has finally decided to revamp its web version. As you know, the Instagram web version doesn’t allow users to upload images and videos like its app counterpart. But sooner or later, this will change as Instagram is testing a new feature. It’ll allow users to upload their posts from the web version.

This massive update is going to entice more people to its platform. And folks who often spend most of their leisure time on their desktop will then be able to upload their images. The update is big, yet, it’s not officially declared by the emissaries of Instagram. Instead, a Twitterati name Alessandro Paluzzi, who’s an app developer posted a tweet with some robust images.

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Instagram New Feature Will Allow Users to Upload Images and Videos from the Web Version

Instagram will soon allow users to upload images from its web version through laptops, tablets, and even computers

As I said earlier, Instagram hasn’t made a single remark on this topic. But the Twitterati with the username @alex193a posted a tweet that ignites the fire. And every big tech website like BGR, LiveMint, & more reporting it.

The screenshots in the below tweet suggest, that the web version will support jpeg, png, mp4, & QuickTime. Furthermore, users will get basic editing features like cropping, filters akin to the Instagram app, add location section, & more. All these tools are more than enough to make the web version of Instagram a perfect way to browse through your friends’ feeds.

As you can see, Instagram is about to make big changes to its website. As a result, users will be able to upload images and videos freely without restrictions. But still, there are several features that Instagram will take time to add to its web version. First, users won’t be able to click pictures through its web version. Second, there ain’t a single word about stories & reels in regards to the web version. Finally, Instagram doesn’t reveal the availability date of these features for users.

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