Instagram still doesn't have a native "Regram" feature that allows users to repost other people's posts, but the company is testing a new feature that's very similar to it. According to TechCrunch, Instagram is testing a feature that would allow users to share another user's post directly to their own Instagram Story...
"Techcrunch reports that Instagram has yet to implement a 'Retweet" equivalent in a bid to encourage users to share original content - though a nascent test among a small user percentage signals that the platform may be reconsidering this approach.
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Instagram Stories recently hit 300 million users in November 2017.
Regramming is something that many people do on Instagram, which is basically taking someone else's post on posting it on your profile as a way of sharing.
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Instagram has always resisted the idea of a "Regram" button, but the company appears to be reversing its course, at least in the case of Stories.
Like any regular Instagram Story, users will be able to add stickers, gifs, and texts along with the reshared post. As said above, Instagram users already take screenshots of posts and share them on Stories. Any user who doesn't want their posts to be shared can turn off the feature in "Settings".
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Instagram has been on a roll readying a slew of new features for its users in 2018. Perhaps this method of sharing posts is so popular that Instagram finally made a decision to add a native resharing feature to its app.