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Old 02-01-2018   #11
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Using Google Chrome
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Open an incognito window in Google Chrome. Open Google Chrome if it isn't already open, click ⋮ in the top-right corner of the window, and click New incognito window in the drop-down menu. This ensures that you won't have to log out of your Instagram account if you're already logged in.
You can also press either Ctrl+⇧ Shift+N (Windows) or ⌘ Command+⇧ Shift+N (Mac) to open a new incognito window.
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Click ⋮. It's in the upper-right corner of the window. A drop-down menu will appear.
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Select More tools. You'll find this option near the bottom of the drop-down menu. Selecting it prompts a pop-out menu with additional options to appear.
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Click Developer tools. It's at the bottom of the pop-out menu. Doing so will cause the Developer window to appear on the right side of the Chrome window.
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Click the "mobile" icon. This is the two-rectangle icon in the upper-left corner of the developer tools window. Clicking it will turn the icon blue, and the Chrome window will shift to displaying items in mobile view.
If this icon is blue, the mobile view is already enabled.
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Go to Instagram's website. Click the Chrome address bar at the top of the Chrome window, replace the text there with Instagram's address (https://www.instagram.com/), and press ↵ Enter.
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Log into Instagram. Click the Log in link near the bottom of the page, enter your username (or email address, or phone number) and password, and click Log in. This will open your Instagram feed in mobile view.
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Click +. It's at the bottom of the page. This will open a File Explorer (Windows) or Finder (Mac) window on your computer.
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Select a photo. Click a photo that you want to upload to Instagram. You may first have to click the folder in which the photo is located on the left side of the window.
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Click Open. It's in the bottom-right corner of the window. This will upload the photo to the Instagram mobile site.
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Select a filter. Click the Filter tab in the lower-left side of the page, then click a filter that you want to use.
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Click Next. This blue button is in the upper-right side of the "New Post" page.
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Enter a description. Click the "Write a caption..." text field, then type in a description for your photo.
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Click Share. It's a blue button in the upper-right side of the page. The photo will be posted to your Instagram page.


Using Safari
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Open Safari. This app's icon resembles a blue compass. You'll usually find it in your Mac's Dock, which is usually at the bottom of the screen.
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Enable the Develop menu item. Skip this step if you already have the Develop tab in your Mac's menu bar. To enable Develop:
Click the Safari menu item.
Click Preferences...
Click Advanced
Check the "Show Develop menu in menu bar" box.
Close the Preferences window.
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Open a Private window. Click File at the top of the screen, then click New Private Window. This will ensure that you don't have to log out of Instagram to access the mobile view.[1]
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Click Develop. As long as the Safari window is in front, this menu item is at the top of the screen. A drop-down menu will appear.
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Select User Agent. It's near the top of the drop-down menu. Selecting it prompts a pop-out menu to appear.
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Click Safari -- iOS 11 -- iPhone. This option is in the pop-out menu. Doing so will reload Safari in mobile view.
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Open Instagram. Go to https://www.instagram.com/ in your mobile view browser. This will take you to the Instagram login page.
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Log into Instagram. Click the Log in link near the bottom of the page, enter your username (or email address, or phone number) and password, and click Log in. This will open your Instagram feed in mobile view.
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Click +. It's at the bottom of the page. This will open a Finder window.
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Select a photo to upload. Click a photo that you want to upload. You may first have to select on the left side of the Finder window a folder in which the photo is located.
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Click Open. It's in the bottom-right side of the window. Your photo will appear on the Instagram page.
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Click Next. This blue button is in the upper-right side of the page.
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Enter a description. Click the "Write a caption..." text field, then type in a description for your photo.
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Click Share. It's a blue button in the upper-right side of the page. The photo will be posted to your Instagram page.


Using the Windows 10 App
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Download the Instagram app for Windows 10. Open Start Image titled Windowsstart.png by clicking the Windows logo in the bottom-left corner of the screen, then do the following:
Type in store
Click Microsoft Store
Click the "Search" text box.
Type in instagram
Click Instagram in the drop-down menu.
Click Get
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Open Instagram. Open Start Image titled Windowsstart.png and type in instagram, then click Instagram at the top of the Start window.
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Sign into Instagram. Enter your email address, username, or phone number into the "Username" text field, then type your password into the "Password" text field and press ↵ Enter.
If you just see a Sign up link at the bottom of the window, click it, then click the Sign In link at the bottom of the subsequent window. This will open the sign-in window.
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Click +. It's at the bottom of the Instagram window. Doing so will open the Camera Roll page.
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Select a photo. Click Camera Roll at the top of the window, click a folder from which you want to select a photo, and then click the photo that you want to use.
If Instagram opens to your webcam, first click Library in the bottom-left corner of the window.
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Click Next. It's in the upper-right side of the window.
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Select a filter. Click a filter that you want to use for your photo.
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Click Next.
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Enter a caption. Click the "Write a caption..." text box near the top of the window, then type in the description that you want to use for the photo.
You can also select other platforms (e.g., Facebook) on which you want to share this photo here. If these platforms aren't linked to your Instagram account, you'll need to link them before the photo can be shared on them.
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Click Share. It's a blue button in the upper-right side of the window. This will post the picture to your Instagram profile page.
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Do you use Lightroom, if so there's a plugin to send images to instagram.
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I use computer to do it. But the thing is I dont know how to post more photos at one


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