From now on, rather than permanently deleting one of your posts on Instagram, you can choose to make it private so that you can repost it in public whenever you want.
Instagram is adding a new feature called Archive, which hides your posts so they're only visible to you. This will not prevent you from switching them back to public mode later. The advantage is that it saves you from permanently deleting your photos.
Archive is currently being tested and has been unveiled on Twitter.
Instagram adds a new archived posts feature pic.twitter.com/eSbX5GVyk6
— Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) May 22, 2017
The captures show us that it is a new space that can be consulted in the application. To archive an image, simply select the “…” visible on the right side of a post, then choose “archive”. On your profile then, in the upper right corner, the circled clock icon allows you to consult your archives and make them visible again.
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