Unlike other social media apps, there is never a simple way to repost someone else's content.

The feature is about to be tested with a small group of users.

On Thursday, Matt Navarra, a social media consultant, and Meta, the parent company of the photo sharing service, confirmed the feature.

Meta is exploring the ability to reshare posts in Feed so people can share what they like, and so original creators are credited for their work. We are going to test this with a few people.

There is a repost tab on the profile page of Adam Mosseri, the CEO of the photo sharing website. If you tap on it, it will show you all of Mosseri's posts.

The action of reposting could be enabled by a button alongside each post in a user's feed, though a prominent leaker suggests that the button may be hidden in the share option.

The Instagram profile page of Instagram chief Adam Mosseri.

There is no guarantee that the repost feature will become a part of the app permanently. After upsetting a lot of users with changes that made it seem like a TikTok wannabe, it is likely that the company will move slowly with this feature.

If you want to share other people's content on social media, you have to take a picture and post it or use a third-party app.

Repost: ForInstagram has a rating of more than 163,000 and has five stars. Repost has been downloaded more than 10 million times and has a 4.5 star rating from more than half a million people.

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