Given some details leaked today, Instagram may be working on one of the most requested features – the ability to post from your desktop browser. New features are being tested internally and are likely under development. But there are a number of images that show what this feature looks like at the moment.
While most of the people who use Instagram for entertainment may not be bothered by the limitations of different platforms. But it is another matter if you use it for work. The only way to create a post right now is through an app or a complicated workaround, by loading a mobile site in a browser that lets you force the post to appear like Chrome, but if today’s news is published. Get out, that may not be the issue forever.
#Instagram is working to create a post from the desktop website 👀 pic.twitter.com/pATuOHiTGE
̵1; Alessandro Paluzzi (@ alex193a) May 14, 2021
The details are mined by Alessandro Paluzzi (@ alex193a), an Italian developer and developer with a good track record of mining features like these while they are working on apps and services. He was also able to pull off a number of images that show what this feature looks like:
The details could change before this feature was released to the world.If so, nothing has been official – but you can see exactly what the post-build workflow will be. A new, familiar button on the bar at the top of the desktop view. (Just like the plus icon inside the round box you get on the Instagram app and mobile site) looks like a new post trigger, which opens up a dialog after creating. With support for drag and drop to add photos or videos, and an editor that supports cropping and filters, in short: everything is close to the app’s workflow.
You can add a description, location, or alt text, and tag people in your images. The Advanced Settings dialog box will also appear. Mean You will have similar options for deactivating comments or configuring your brand settings, etc.
According to Paluzzi, the feature is currently in internal testing and we do not yet have a timetable or expectation when it will become publicly available. Sometimes the features found in such developments have never been seen. However, given how often people who use Instagram for work are asking for the ability to post from their desktop / laptop, I don’t expect this feature to be discarded and people won’t have to. How to troubleshoot problems with the mobile site