instagram-logoSocial media these days isn’t just about you and your friends sharing photos of your food, travel, and life. Social media these days also consists of sponsorships and promotions, where “influencers” post mini advertorials to promote brands while framing it as a regular post. This is especially popular on the likes of Instagram.

What does this mean? This means that sometimes posts need to be carefully structured to get the message across, and this can take time. Now back in August we revealed that Instagram was working on a “Save Draft” feature that lets users save posts as a draft and come back to it later. The good news is that in the latest tweet by Instagram, they have confirmed that the feature is now live for all users.

Using the draft feature is easy. All you have to do is create a new post, but don’t publish it, and then hit the “Back” button. After which a popup should appear confirming whether you want to discard the post or save it as a draft, in which you pick the latter if that’s what you want. To access the draft, go back to creating a new post and select “Library”, and you should find your posts under a new “Drafts” section.

Note that drafts can only be saved if they have a filter, a caption, a location, and/or if you have tagged people. Basically you can’t draft a photo by itself, which makes sense. More information on the feature can be found on Instagram’s support page.

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