Instagram has introduced a new feature that lets users create and share Instagram photos using their own photo, but the new feature does not allow for the same type of sharing that is possible in other social media apps.
Users can create and save images as their profile picture, but Instagram doesn’t allow users to add comments or comments to their posts or photos.
The new feature was first spotted by Digital Trends in a blog post that lists several options for sharing Instagram photos.
“In order to use this feature, you’ll need to create a profile,” the blog post states.
“You can upload a photo that shows your name, your friends, your hometown, or your favorite Instagram photo that you like.
You can also share that photo, and you can edit your own photos in order to change the look and feel of the Instagram profile.”
Users can upload photos that show their name, their friends, their hometown, and your favorite #Instagram photo that they like.
This means that users are still limited to using one photo per account, but it is a welcome change for users who might not be used to the Instagram app’s user interface.
Users also can share a photo in a single comment or comment to their own Instagram account.
The app has also added an option to turn off sharing in a comment.
Users should be aware that this new feature only works for photos that have been uploaded to Instagram, and users can still edit the photos in-app if they choose to do so.
Instagram users will also need to be signed into their Instagram account, which is not available to the general public.
The feature will be available to new users in the next few weeks.