Photo sharing app owned by Meta has officially announced that it has kicked off testing the ability to add music to your feed post. The feature is now being tested out in three regions, Brazil, Turkey and India. Through the feature, people can share, connect and express themselves on Instagram through music, the feature enables them to add a soundtrack to their Feed photos like they can with Reels and Stories already.
While announcing the features, the company said, “Music plays an instrumental role in enabling people to share, connect and express themselves on Instagram. With this test, Instagram hopes to give its community a way to add a soundtrack to their Feed photos, like they can with Reels and Stories already.”
As of now the ability to add music to your Instagram feed post is available for a limited number of people as it is under testing. India is amongst the first three countries where this feature is being tested. This feature is being tested with a small percentage of Instagram’s global community and will be expanded based on what the Instagram community learns and provides feedback.
How to add music to your Instagram feed posts?
- Upload a post on Feed post (per usual steps).
- Select “Add Music” from the menu.
- Now browse for music in the prompt’s “Trending” or “For You” sections or search for specific songs in the Search field.
- Now Choose the song you want to include in your photo.
- You will be able to choose the duration of the clip (similar to stories) and the length of time you want to include (up to 10 seconds).
- Click Done and then Share.
Besides this Instagram has also introduced Rage Sake to report app issues on their devices. As of now, this functionality is available in the US. The users can report issues related to the photo-sharing app using the app. Although there is a Did something go wrong? Option, but the newly announced feature will make the process easier on the app without having to go through a long process. The Rage Shake on Instagram is accessible for both Android and iOS users.
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