Instagram now allows users to co-author posts, share, likes

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Instagram, the photo and video-sharing social network, has kicked off a week of product announcements with the release of Collabs, a new feature that enables two users to jointly control a single feed post or Reel.

According to The Verge, Facebook will test a new option to include a charitable fundraising in a post tomorrow, and then roll out the ability to upload photo and video posts on desktop and debut new music-focused effects for Reels on Thursday.

Collabs is a new feature that enables two accounts to collaborate on a post or reel. The post or Reel will be visible to each user’s followers simultaneously and will share the same comment thread, as well as the same view and like counts.

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Collabs are activated from the tagging screen, and the second account must accept the invitation.

On Thursday, the service will now enable users to upload photographs and videos via desktop browsers, following a short test earlier this year.

This may seem like a trivial feature to be bringing to desktop only now, but Instagram’s desktop capability has typically lagged well behind what is available on its mobile apps. For example, it added DMs to the browser only last year.

Finally, this week will provide a few of modest features. Tomorrow, Instagram will begin testing a new method for creating fundraisers within posts. The new feature will be available by hitting the ‘+’ icon in the top right corner of the platform’s interface.

Additionally, Reels will debut two new music-related features on Thursday. According to The Verge, Superbeat adds effects to a video in time with the beat of a song, while Dynamic and 3D lyrics provide a more engaging way to present song lyrics during a video.


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