Instagram is all about sharing those photos or videos, and it’s also a platform for influencers, companies, and markets to show off everything they can.
And in an effort to help those folks, Instagram is now allowing for users that manage multiple Instagram accounts to post to all of the mat the same time. TechCrunch confirmed the new feature’s rollout, which is starting for iOS users and will eventually arrive for Android users at some point in the future. Instagram is calling it “self-regram”.
When it does eventually become available to you (as it will roll out to everyone, even if it’s not necessarily a feature you need/want), you will see the option when you are going to share a post as you normally would. There will be a new “Post to Other Accounts” option that appears, and a list of the other accounts you have access to with quick toggle options. Activating an account’s toggle will then share that same post to the other account at the same time.
Instagram says the new feature is already rolling out, so some Instagram users should have it already. It may take some time to rollout to all iOS users, though, so if you don’t have it yet, just be patient. It should pop up soon enough.
While this is obviously a great addition for account managers with several different Instagram profiles to manage, it’s also not a bad deal for those who have multiple personal accounts, too.