Instagram Posts With Multiple Photos, Videos Can Now Be Portrait or Landscape

All photos and videos in a post must be shared in the same format

Portrait or landscape? Instagram
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Instagram introduced the ability for users to add up to 10 photos or videos to a single post in February, and Tuesday, it announced an update to that feature.

Users can now opt for landscape or portrait mode when including multiple photos and videos in a single post, after previously being limited to squares.

However, all photos and videos in a post must be shared in the same format.

Instagram added in a blog post announcing the update, “Over the past weeks, we’ve made other improvements to posts with multiple photos and videos. You can now edit tagged people after you’ve posted and, on iOS, you can save these posts as drafts if you aren’t quite ready to share them.”

Users must have version 12 of the Instagram application for iOS or Android.


david.cohen@adweek.com David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.
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