According to developer and mobile leaker Alessandro Paluzzi, Instagram is already working on opening the doors to uploading photos and videos from a web browser.
Uses will have access to almost the same options as on mobile, including filters, meaning users will be able to more easily post their artwork and edits from their desktops without having to move them to their phones first.
Through his Twitter account, Paluzzi published images of the interface of the new feature that the Facebook-owned social network is working on.
— Alessandro Paluzzi (@alex193a) May 14, 2021
“Currently, this feature is only being tested internally. Don’t expect to be able to use it soon. But hopefully, it won’t be too long,” Paluzzi wrote.
For its part, Instagram has not made official this information that was leaked on social networks.
Is it possible to upload photos through a computer on Instagram?
Although there is no direct mechanism on Instagram as such, you can try through the Facebook Studio Creator platform where many people who work with social networks, program their posts.
There are also a significant variety of Google Chrome extensions where you can upload posts through your computer. However, many fail to comply with Instagram’s security requirements and can lead to the temporary suspension of your account.