Heads up, Instafans—your Instagram feed is about to get way more cluttered. The Instagram app introduced a new feature where users can attach up to 10 photos or videos to a post. That means each post is basically a mini-album. THAT MEANS SO MANY MORE BRUNCH/DOG/BABY PICTURES, Y'ALL. You'll be drowning in them.
According to Mashable, the multiple upload feature was first spotted in the beta version of the update, earlier this February. It's being rolled out now, though, and will reportedly be live in every country within the next few weeks.
I updated my Instagram app and found the new "multiple" feature available to me (to hate on). Here's how it works: To upload an album, tap the "select multiple" option on the upload screen.
After clicking, you'll get instructions to include up to 10 pictures or videos just by clicking on them. And yes, you can add a filter to each one, and change around the order.
Now alllll those photos will be crammed into the tiny space that was once dedicated to a single image.
Neatniks and clutter haters, are you losing your mind yet?