Instagram Testing Collabs; Users May Soon Be Able to Upload Photos From Desktop as Well


Instagram is adding a slew of new features to its feed and reels. The Facebook-owned photo-sharing platform has announced that it is testing the Collabs feature to strengthen ties between content creators. With the latest feature, users on the platform can co-author feed posts and reels with others. In a shared post, both creator names will appear on the header, and both sets of followers can see the same post or reel. There will also be similar likes and comments. Additionally, Instagram for desktop is finally making it possible to add new photos and videos, according to a report. The company is also reportedly adding new music-focused effects to the reels. The Collabs feature is live now, and other new features are said to be rolling out in the coming days.

Cooperation, announced By Instagram on October 20, lets two users publish the same content in a shared way. From the tagging screen, the user can now invite any other account to become an associate on the post or reel. Once the other profile accepts it, both accounts will appear in the post or reel header, and it will be shared with both sets of followers. It will be live on both profile grids and both users will also share views, likes and comments for the post. The new feature is currently in the testing phase. tweeted of facebook Metaverse head Vishal Shah but he did not specify when the global rollout would begin.

instagram It’s reportedly rolling out support for users to post photos and videos from the desktop browser on Thursday after limited testing June this year. according to techcrunch report good, Photos and videos (less than 60 seconds long) can be posted from the desktop.

According to the report, Instagram will also start testing a feature that will allow people to raise money for a nonprofit of their choice. Users can select the ‘Fundraising’ option from the ‘Create’ menu to post when the feature goes live.

As per the report, two music-based features called Superbeat and Dynamic Lyrics are also reportedly making their way into the app. Superbeat can be used to add special effects to the music according to the beat of the user’s song, while Dynamic Lyrics will display 3D lyrics throughout the video.

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