Instagram aficionados, brace yourselves for impact; the photo-sharing service is adding support for one of its most requested features. Hitting iOS and Android first, but certain to make its way to Windows 10 PC and Mobile, Instagram is now rolling out the ability to share multiple photos and videos in on post.
Now, when uploading new stuff to your feed, you'll see an icon for selecting multiple photos or videos. You can easily select which snaps you want to add to the post and change the order with a tap and hold. You'll be able to add a total of 10 photos or videos to each post, and filters can also be applied en masse or to a select few.
Once uploaded, your post will appear as a sort of gallery in your friends' feeds. The first photo will show just like a normal post, but there will be blue dots underneath to indicate there are more photos or videos to see in the post. Just swipe left or right to move through them.
As mentioned, this feature is rolling out now on Android and iOS. Instagram has been really good about bringing new features to its Windows 10 app, however, so we should see support for multi-photo uploads come to it in short order. We will, of course, let you know when that happens.
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