Instagram is not only a place to share pictures and videos of yourself, but it has also became a business platform for some.
Instagram is now a new feature into its platform, which allow its users to publish a post to multiple accounts at the same time.
Users could use the feature when the “self-regram” option is made available. The option will appear when users want to share a new post.
Underneath the options to tag people and mark your location should be “Post to Other Accounts,” which will let you toggle on where else you’d like to publish the post.
This feature allow users with multiple accounts (doesn’t matter for business, partnerships, advertising or more) to save time on posting.
There have been rumors in the past of Instagram testing regramming from other accounts to a user’s main feed, but the company said it was not building or testing this.
However, they did introduce “resharing” on Stories last year, allowing users to regram public feed posts from other users into their own Instastory.
Instagram is also said to be testing an Android shortcut for importing photos from Google Photos.
The feature will be made available for iOS users, but there’s no information on when or if the feature will be available for Android users.
Instagram has yet to give confirmation on when the iOS self-regram feature rollout will be completed, but some users should see it as an option now.