Hate cropping your pictures into a square format on Instagram? You’re in luck!
While the app did away with the mandatory square format in August 2015, the rule still stuck for users creating multiple photo and videos posts. Starting today, however, Instagram announced that users can choose landscape and portrait formats when uploading multi-image posts. The only caveat is that all photos and videos in the post must be in the same format—all portrait or all landscape.
Instagram also announced that you can now edit tagged people after the post is live and, in iOS, users can save these posts as a draft if they aren’t quite ready to upload.
The update is rolling out as part of Instagram version 12.
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