Instagram Seen Testing Regram (Reposting), GIF Search for Stories

Facebook owns Instagram seems on spree to add more and more drool worthy features. The latest feature that Instagram appears to be testing is allowing users to search for GIFs to upload in their stories. The Next Web hinted the development by showing a screenshot.

Instagram Regram Feature Coming Soon

Instagram Stories User Base

The most interesting, anticipated and awaited feature of Instagram is here. TNW reported that the social network is finally rolling out a ‘regram’ feature, similar to what Facebook’ Share or Twitter’s retweets utility.

As the name implies, the regram feature would allow users to repost Instagram photos from friends and followers. Symbolized by a dual-arrow icon, the feature would be placed next to the standard like, comment, and send buttons. Reposting has been the most popular feature of nearly every big social network.

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Facebook’s share and Twitter’s retweets are the stark instances of how people are crazy about reposting the stuff.

The tech magazine also detailed a slew of other upcoming Instagram features as well. The features include – a close friends list to share with only a small group of people, an automatic archiving option for all your stories, hashtag and emoji search options, and the ability to follow hashtags to get top posts and stories on a particular trend.

All these features are reportedly under testing, so, we can‘t tell exactly when they will go live. Stay tuned for more on this.

Instagram Regram Feature

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Genelia is the chief editor at Bloggingrepublic.com and manages our Content Writing projects. She is an avid freelance writer / editor with 8+ years of experience in working with top notch online publication viz. Huffpost, IB Times and Yahoo.
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