Instagram posting is a complex business – there’s a smorgasbord of filters, editing settings and the all-important caption to deal with before you even contemplate what time is best to gift the world your newest upload.
Sometimes, though, you’re just in the mood to test out some ideas or get through a heavy shift of backloading without actually posting. This has always proven to be a chore, though, with the app not offering users the ability to save any post they edited. Now, Instagram is finally making drafts a part of the app, with the service now available to all users.
This will, of course, allow you to save and exit from your progress, and come back to finish the adjustments another time. The process works similarly to Twitter, with the pop-up appearing when you hit the back button mid-post.
Potential posts you’ve saved will then appear in a dedicated section of your library when you go to select a fresh photo. If you’ve had time to think better of an edit, you can also remove drafts through the ‘manage’ option in your section.