Instagram Stories has a new feature that allows you to save a post or picture by saving it. You can then access the saved photo in any Instagram app by entering the picture name. The Instagram app has saved my life.
Instagram announced the ability to access an Instagram post that has been saved, last week. It’s a pretty nifty feature for those who don’t have an Instagram app, but it’s not available for everyone, according to Instagram’s FAQ.
It’s a neat feature, but not something I’m going to use in the future. I would rather save a photo with a title, an author, and an interesting message on Instagram from a friend, who might otherwise not have been able to see it.
The app is free, but you can get an application on one of those instagrams for $10.
The app is not free. But they’ll get the point.
Instagrams free photo app works like this. When you save a photo with a title and an author, it will save a copy of that photo, as well, but only if you save it with that title and author. If you save the photo with a title and an author, it will save the photo without any of its attributes.
You can only save the photo with those attributes if you’ve saved it with the title and author. Otherwise, it won’t save anything. It is kind of like saving a file on your computer. If you open the file, you get a dialog asking if you want to save the file or not. The file you choose, however, cannot be modified.
This also means that you can only see a photo with your title, author, and date if you save the photo using those attributes. I find this to be very convenient, because the app will save the photo with those attributes and then you can see the photo without ever having to save the photo first. Also, I find the fact that the app will save the image with those attributes to be very useful.
I don’t like the fact that I can’t view a photo as I’m saving it. That’s why you should save the photo as you want it to be saved.