Forget about “Stories,” there’s a new feature Instagram users really want.
The Facebook-owned app is currently testing a “Save Draft” feature that would allow users to keep an unpublished queue of photos for later use.
Users who have the “Save Draft” feature are seeing it pop up every time they tap on the back arrow after editing a photo. Those who don’t have the feature will only get the options “keep” and “discard” whenever they tap back.
Although many Twitter users are buzzing about the new feature, Instagram has not confirmed a release date and said it’s only an experiment for the time being.
“We’re always testing new ways to improve the Instagram experience,” a spokesperson said in a statement.
The “Save Draft” option also seems to be just an A/B test because some users are reporting having the feature, but then losing a few weeks after. Regardless, users seems to really enjoy it:
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