For many people, especially vloggers or those who have to manage social media accounts for their business, keeping multiple Instagram accounts logged in their mobile phones come in quite handy. Still, it's always a pain to go through the same process of adding captions, tagging people, and marking your location all over again just to post the same content on a different account. Thankfully, Instagram will soon be introducing a new feature allowing users to post on multiple accounts at the same time to make it easier!


For now, the option will only be made available for iOS users. Once you select a photo or video to share on your feed, you'll find a toggle switch that lets you syndicate the post on other accounts that your device is logged into. This streamlines the process for those managing multiple accounts, so say goodbye to manually reuploading photos or using third-party apps just to accomplish the same task. A company spokesperson has said that the rollout would be gradual, so don't worry if it's not available on your device yet.

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It doesn't seem like you can do the same for Instagram Stories for now. It's also important to note that despite the addition of this feature, users will still be unable to "regram" a previously published post.

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