You can now upload multiple photos/videos to Instagram Stories at once

You can now upload multiple photos/videos to Instagram Stories at once

You can now upload multiple photos/videos to Instagram Stories at once

Instagram now lets users upload multiple photos and videos to the platform's Stories feature simultaneously. The icon is present at the top right corner of the screen and tapping on it will enable users to choose up to ten images or videos at a time.

When you are finished editing, the photos and videos will upload all at the same time in the order you have selected them in.

Tap on it and you will be able to select from up to 10 photos or videos from your gallery in the last 24 hours. And you can tap each one to edit individually with stickers and text and that annoying twee music that people seem to use all the time. You can download your data by entering your account information.

The Data Download tool is still rolling out to the iOS and Android apps, but TechCrunch says that it should be located under the Privacy settings in the Instagram app.

With this update, the company will also give you suggestions for a location sticker to put on a photo or video you're adding to your Story.

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In a related development, Instagram on May 25 released a new tool for PC version, which allows users to monitor and also download the data (photos and videos) shared on its social media app. This will thus allow you to share multiple contents when on a good cellular connection instead of going through the uploading process over and over again when on the move.

Instagram's Stories has come a long way from when it was first launched.

Another new feature that Instagram is adding to Stories is Suggested Places.

You may or may not be able to see the new feature on your app yet, however, we are expecting all users to receive the update by end of this week.

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