Instagram spotted testing an in-app tool to reshare public posts

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The process is supposed to lessen the efforts taken by users to reshare public posts.

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"We're always testing ways to make it easier to share any moment with friends on Instagram" said an Instagram spokesperson when speaking to TechCrunch. Users who don't want their posts showing up in someone's Instagram Story can decide to opt out of the feature. You can choose to highlight the author's name, change the size of the original post, add your own personal comments, and use Instagram's tools to play around with the image. Here, users can add public posts in their Stories and further embed with a button which will allow them to see the post further.

Reshare option on Instagram Stories. However, whenever it does roll out officially, it may bring an end to third-party Instagram resharing apps such as Report for Instagram and more. This feature is something that is missing in Instagram's competitor, Snapchat. Earlier this month TechCrunch spotted "Call" and "Video Call" mentioned inside the Android Application Packages or APKs of the app. However, they could be a part of Instagram's Direct messaging system.