Instagram Allows Users to Share Landscape and Portrait Posts

Facebook owned Instagram has indeed become a significant platform in terms of photo sharing. The photo sharing app is working hard in bringing more excellent feature for its age-old fans. Now with recent reports, Instagram allows users to share photos which include both portrait as well as landscape frames.

Earlier with Instagram introducing celebration stickers, the developers maintained the credibility of being true to their loyal fans. There’s no doubt on how excited fans were on getting their hands on the wonderful feature of sharing stories in just one post. What disappointed the Instagram lovers was the ability to share square aspect ratio images in one multi-picture post. And then we gathered the post shared by Instagram yesterday, “Starting today, you can choose landscape and portrait formats when sharing multiple photos and videos in one post.”

With this prominent feature, fans will now be capable of sharing images without thinking twice about the aspect ratio. One can expect the feature to work similar to what they had expected previously. While sharing any image, fans just have to select a random picture and Instagram will retain the aspect ratio accordingly. As per the news, this new feature is rolling out from today onwards.

Instagram developers have rolled out a number of features in order to “to give our community more ways to celebrate any milestone with friends and family.” But prior to a couple of weeks, Instagram accounts appeared to get deleted due to a bug (as we mentioned here). Later on, it was confirmed that the company didn’t delete any of the user’s account. They were working on fixing the which seemed like the users can neither log into their account nor view it. As of now, the photo sharing platform is offering all that it can, more news awaits in the near future, so stay tuned.

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