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Instagram tests music support in posts

For years, Instagram has allowed users in supported areas to add music to their Stories. With a list of millions of songs, users can select a few seconds from a particular track to attach to the stories they post on Instagram. Music support on Instagram eventually expanded with the release of Reels. The company is now testing this feature in posts on a limited regional scale.

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Currently, the feature is being tested by a small percentage of people. Users in India and some other unidentified countries have already started receiving it. If you are part of the server side, you will find the new menu music selection when preparing a post for sharing. You will then be able to select the few seconds of a particular song that you want to include. The feature works like the function in Instagram Stories and Reels.

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Instagram lets you view Reels that have a specific song attached. This way you can see the different creations that people have posted using the same song. By extending music support to feed posts, users can similarly view other public posts that include a specific piece. In addition, the grid includes a "Use Audio" button, so you can easily create your own post using it.

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It is not clear when and if music support in feed posts will be available in new areas and at a higher percentage of users. As a limited test, the feature may never see the light of day on a global scale.

Source of information: xda-developers.com

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