It was noticed within the back-end code of the app a few weeks back, and now, Instagram has launched a live test of native scheduling in the app, with a restricted group of customers for now, however prone to be expanded someday quickly.
As you may see on this instance, posted by @WFBrother, Instagram’s in-built post-scheduling possibility might be added to the superior choices within the put up composer move, with a brand new factor that’ll allow you to set a date and time for the put up to go dwell. Apparently, it will allow you to schedule each common posts and Reels (no data on Tales).
That might be a useful replace, offering a straightforward solution to handle your IG posts whereas on the go – although, functionally, it doesn’t add something new, as you’ve been capable of schedule posts via Creator Studio since 2020.
Besides, having a local, in-app scheduling possibility, proper within the composer move, might be a fantastic addition, serving to you map out your IG posting plan at any time, when you’ll additionally be capable of compose your posts utilizing all of Instagram’s creation instruments and choices.
We requested Meta about native scheduling on IG, and it offered this temporary assertion:
“We’re testing the power to schedule content material with a share of our world neighborhood.”
Not massively in-depth, however you may very well have entry to the choice proper now, in your Instagram app.
Or not. And when you don’t have it, it may nicely be coming quickly, with preliminary testing prone to see good response within the app.
We’ll preserve you up to date on any progress.