Instagram now lets users save content for stories as a draft. Instagram is the first to come up with a solution. Earlier, it copies Snapchat for creating stories.
The new feature works in an easy way. If you want to make a story and publish it at a later time, you can tap on the “Save” button and your story would be saved as a plain image.
While leaks are sharing this update from Instagram, Adam Mosseri, Head of Instagram also confirmed this feature.
The feature is easy to use: when putting together a story and exiting, you’ll be prompted with a “save draft” button right alongside the “discard” and “cancel” buttons that you’re probably already familiar with. Tapping save draft will store whatever you were doing into a drafts folder, which you can pull up anytime from the stories menu.
This feature is great for those coming up with lengthy content, especially for businesses or someone with a big amount of followers.
The roll out is still not available for everyone and it’s unclear when the company would roll it out at the full.
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