Cue Instagram fame.

Words by

Kristanna Sutton

Much to our overwhelming excitement, Instagram has announced a Save Draft option. The all-new feature allows users (that’s you!) to edit their very important selfies and matcha latte birds-eye photos, then save them for later upload.

The announcement follows the arrival of Instagram’s recent ‘Stories’ feature, which has received mixed feelings from users. But we can only see the Save Draft feature being a success, not least because it means we can keep our friends’ feeds full of our ritual avocado smash posts, a good nine hours after Sunday brunch (aka peak time).

The new feature is only available for a small number of users as of yet, but is expected to be accessible to Instagram users in the coming months.

We’ll be eagerly awaiting; our future selfie uploads are going to be timed to perfection for ultimate bulk likes.

Cue Instagram fame.

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