Instagram had been testing a feature, which allows users to save their photos as drafts. This feature comes as a savior for dedicated Instagram users who put in a lot of effort in producing the best photo to upload on their Instagram feed. Instagram users keep every detail of their photo uploads in check. For instance, choosing the right filter, making the right edits and also creating the best caption are some key factors for Instagram users. In the process of doing so, as it may take time, the drafts feature comes as a rescue for saving the edited photos when uploading them. Also Read - How to temporarily deactivate Instagram account: Follow these stepsAlso Read - Instagram testing new Collab feature for posts, Reels: Here's how it works
Once you decide to upload a photo, you choose the filter, edit it, give it a caption and click the back icon. On clicking that, a message will pop up which will give you the option to either save the picture as a draft or discard it. When you select the option to save the photo as a draft, the photo will be saved in a dedicated folder under the title Drafts . The Drafts folder can be located in the Instagram library which one can find when selecting the Camera option to upload photos and videos on Instagram. You can then select the saved image from the Drafts folder and continue with the upload. Instagram has begun rolling out this feature for iOS users but it isn t available for Android users as yet.
Instagram had also beefed up its comments section recently by giving the privilege to its users to control what they read and what to avoid. Considering the number of hate comments and abuses common online, Instagram has taken a step in controlling the issue by letting its users filter out words that they do want to see. It even gives users the option to let Instagram block words, which are deemed as inappropriate. ALSO READ: Instagram now lets you filter comments by keywords