New Instagram Update Introduces a Much-Needed Tool for Bad Spellers
From now on, Instagram users can finally go back and edit typos in their captions as the company has rolled out a new update for the app. Earlier, Instagram did not allow users to tweak captions after a photo or a video had been posted, which was frustrating as it forced them to either delete and re-write the caption entirely or post it as a new comment.
From now on, to edit a caption, users need to tap the menu button and select Edit. Once the caption is edited, there will be a notification in the comments indicating that the post has been edited successfully.
“This has been one of the top requests that we’ve heard from the community, and we’re excited to finally bring it to you today,” Instagram wrote in a blog post.
In addition, the new update has also changed the recently revamped Explore tab, making it easier to find new accounts to follow. The Explore menu, which pops up popular posts, is now split into two tabs – Photos and People. The Photos tab shows the same posts as the Explore version did with the earlier version of the app. While, the new People tab shows recommendations of new accounts to follow.
The update would prove to be a relief for Instagram users as now you can fix those typos with the latest update for iOS and Android.