It’s really cool to post photos and videos on Instagram. With several filtering as well as editing options available, you can quickly give your image a nice look.
Personally, I love to share a lot of bone-trickling clips on this social networking app. As it allows saving the half-finished post, I don’t have to worry about writing a caption or adding location again if I had to leave the app mid-way. Hence, I can keep myself at pace with Instagram even during the hectic work schedule. Would you like to see how it works? Let’s go!
How to Save Instagram Post as a Draft on iPhone
Step #1. Launch Instagram on your iOS device.
Step #2. Next, tap on the Camera tab at the bottom.
Step #3. Now, you can either take a new photo/video or select a nice one from your Camera Roll.
Step #4. Next, apply the effects or edit your stuff. Then, write a caption.
Step #5. Up next, tap on the back arrow at the top left of the screen to go back to the filtering step.
Step #6. Tap on the back arrow located at the top left corner again.
Step #7. You should see a prompt at the bottom saying, If you go back now, your image edits will be discarded.
You have three options-
- Save Draft
You need to select Save Draft.
The half-finished post has now been saved as a draft.
How to Access Instagram’s Saved Draft on iPhone and iPad
When you save any draft, it is stored in the Photos app on your iOS device. You can access it both from the Photos app and Instagram.
Step #1. Open Instagram on your iPhone.
Step #2. Tap on the Camera tab at the bottom.
Step #3. Tap on Library at the bottom.
Step #4. Check out your saved post under Draft. Now, you can share it as usual.
I really like this feature as it’s so user-friendly, isn’t it?
If you also enjoy using this social networking app, check out these smart tips to get the best out of it. There is a way to mute any user and hide inappropriate comments as well.
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