Instagram makes updates on 'Stories' feature easier and faster

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When you want to upload multiple photos, videos, or a combination of the two, head into Instagram's Stories section and choose to upload from your gallery.

Users will see a small icon at the top corner of the screen that allows them to select a maximum of 10 photos or videos at once.

The picture sharing service permits its users now to download their data from the platform. Once the process is completed, you will be provided with a link on the email address you entered. Also, users will have a choice to edit them one by one with a number of tools that Instagram offers. In a new update, which is currently rolling out in phases, Instagram now lets you upload images and videos in bulk on Stories. Now, when you're sitting at lunch daydreaming about last weekend at the beach and you decide to share a photo, the location sticker will suggest places from near where your media was captured - making it easier to tag that great taco spot, even if you didn't exactly remember what it was called. This will make sharing much easier and most of all more convenient. Three cheers for more aesthetically pleasing and complete narratives on Instagram Stories!

For enhancing the user experience, Instagram-the Facebook-owned photo-sharing platform has launched two awesome features, particularly to its Stories feature. You'll then be able to edit each piece of content individually before uploading them all.

The new Stories update is now being rolled out only for the Android app in phases and as for the iOS users, they have to wait a few weeks to get the new feature.

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