Instagram makes uploading to Stories more convenient with new update

Noel Cummings
April 27, 2018

The biggest change is the ability to upload multiple photos and videos to Instagram Stories at once.

Here's what to do: Go to "upload media" and tap on the new icon in the top right corner. Tapping this will allow users to select up to 10 photos or videos to upload to Stories. When you're done, all the pictures and videos in your preview will upload in the order you selected them. You can edit each photo or video individually, to add stickers, text, emojis, location - basically all the usual creative tools offered by Instagram Stories. Now, when you're sitting at lunch daydreaming about last weekend at the beach and you decide to share a photo, the location sticker will suggest places from near where your media was captured - making it easier to tag that great taco spot, even if you didn't exactly remember what it was called.

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The Data Download tool can be accessed via Instagram for Web as of now. You can download your data by entering your account information. This will make sharing much easier and most of all more convenient. From now one you can upload multiple pictures and videos at the same time. Email address of the users would be needed where the data would be exported. For now, just enjoy the update of Instagram stories.

Instagram's Stories has come a long way from when it was first launched.

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Alongside the new feature, Instagram has also added another tweak in Stories.

These updates are only available to Android users but will be rolling out on iOS in coming weeks. Users will also be able to edit every single Story frame and preview them before uploading them as well.

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