Now, upload up to 10 photos to your Story at once

Pauline Obrien
April 27, 2018

Instagram Stories is gaining a new feature should make it easier for customers to share events on their story.

To upload multiple photos and videos simultaneously, go to upload media and you will see a new icon in the top-right corner that looks like the carousel icon you are already familiar with. When you're done, all of the photos and videos in the preview will upload at once in the order you selected them.

When you are satisfied with your selection, you'll see a preview of the story on the editing screen. There, you can tap each one to edit individually with stickers, text and all the other creative tools in Instagram Stories.

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Instagram is sending users a link via email where they can download all of their photos, videos, comments, profile information and even archived Stories that were posted after December 2017.

Starting today, you can now upload multiple photos and videos to your Instagram Stories - all at once. Instagram gave the users the ability to download their data. Users will only have to enter the email address that's associated with their Instagram account. When the user is done editing, Instagram will show a preview of their entire Story before it is uploaded.

Facebook-owned Instagram introduced Instagram Stories back in August 2016, and since then, the company has added quite a lot of features to Stories, some of which are very much useful.

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The update is available on Android now and coming to iOS in the next few weeks.

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