Any Instagram user knows that creating a beautiful post is time consuming. There are settings to adjust, filters to choose — not to mention the caption, which can make or break the whole post.
Now, it appears Instagram may soon have a way to save posts for later. The app is currently testing a new drafts feature that allows you to save your progress mid-post — edits and all — to finish later.
The test, which users have reported seeing for at least a couple of days, will prompt you to save a photo that’s been edited after you hit the back button mid-post. Saved drafts will appear separate from your other photos the next time you open the app to post a photo or video.
The test appears to be fairly widespread, with a number of Twitter users reporting they have seen the change. It also has the distinction of being a new Instagram feature that is widely well-received.
Instagram won’t say if it has plans to make the feature official yet. “We’re always testing new ways to improve the Instagram experience”. However, given how useful the feature is, you shouldn’t be surprised if it makes its way to the app in a future update.