Instagram has rolled out a small yet highly useful update in its latest version of the app. Users now have the option to cancel an ongoing Stories upload, providing a valuable way to detect and rectify errors or issues before the content becomes visible to viewers.
As demonstrated by social media expert Ahmed Ghanem, the updated Stories upload flow now includes a button that allows users to halt a Story from going live even after they have pressed the “Share” button.
This feature will undoubtedly prove beneficial for social media managers who frequently encounter situations where they need to make last-minute corrections. It’s a common scenario: you realize you’ve included the wrong link, spot a spelling mistake, or forget to tag a relevant profile.
These minor yet significant errors tend to occur regularly, particularly when posting multiple Stories and other social media content throughout the day. With the new update, users can promptly pause the upload process and rectify any mistakes they notice.
The latest version of the Instagram app includes this update, empowering users to have more control over their Stories content and ensuring that only error-free and polished posts go live.