Why do some users seem to want to share their photos in an Instagram post?
A recent report by The Verge revealed that some users on Instagram appear to want people to share photos on Instagram with a photo caption, rather than with a hashtag.
This was reported by The Wall Street Journal.
In an Instagram photo caption (shown below), a user can specify that they are a photo editor and that the caption should be read in the caption box.
The user’s name appears as an arrow, indicating that the photo is being captioned.
When a photo is captioned, the user can choose to change the caption’s font size and color.
This can also be done in a tweet, but a photo with the caption cannot be changed in the tweet.
When users see that they have selected a photo to caption, the caption will be displayed in the Instagram feed.
This caption is read as a post-it note, and when the post-its are received, the image will be shown in the photo’s post.
While the Instagram photo captions are seen in the post, users cannot change them, or change the font size, color, or the caption font.
While this is a common practice, many users have questioned why the caption is being written in the article title, and the explanation is that this is how the caption has been selected for users.
This issue has been highlighted on Twitter.
Twitter user @kylehuey tweeted that he was experiencing issues with Instagram captioning.
A few hours later, he received an email from the Instagram developer explaining that the Twitter post was “incorrectly captioning a tweet” and that it was not an error, but that they would be fixing the issue in a future update.
Twitter User @sarath_michaels also commented on the issue, saying that he “had a similar issue with captioning when it first happened.”
The developer did not respond to The Verge’s request for comment on the issues raised by the user, but the Instagram post was shared more than 1,400 times on Twitter, and has since been removed.
User @mike_frost_ posted an article on Medium about the issue and the Instagram caption issue, suggesting that the Instagram team has made a mistake by not selecting the correct caption font and color for the tweet and the article.
He wrote that Instagram has been working on the post and that “the tweet will be fixed soon.”
However, the Instagram app was removed from the app store on May 24, 2017, a day after @sarcasm posted the tweet in question.
User “Tiger” also commented that the issue was fixed, but it took longer than he expected.
Tiger also noted that the user could not change the post text and did not see that the tweet had been captioned with a new text in the image caption box when it was published.
Tiger added that he now wants to use the post to share some new photos and videos, so he would like to be notified when they are uploaded to Instagram.
Users are also reporting that Instagram captioned images with text that read “The caption is my opinion, I am just happy to share” or “It’s not your opinion, you can change it” have been removed from Instagram.
User ivanmohamed shared a photo from Instagram with the tweet, which he says was captioned incorrectly.
User sakhi_gohani posted a photo that he said was captioning incorrectly.
He also said that he has received “some kind of notification that the text in my post has been changed,” but that he did not receive the same notification for the post in which he captioned the tweet incorrectly.
Twitter users are also concerned about the effect that this issue may have on Instagram users.
User razbajin shared a screenshot of an Instagram tweet with a caption that reads “This was my last day as an Instagram user.”
He posted the screenshot to his Twitter account.
Users in the US reported experiencing the same issue, and Twitter user ryan_wendell shared a tweet that he says he received.
He shared a screen grab of the screen shot.
User kenbak reported that he had received the same tweet that was caption.
The tweet was also captioned correctly in his tweet.
User samantha_pavlov reported that she has also received the error, and tweeted about it.
User arnold_kramer shared screenshots of a Twitter post that he shared with the error caption.
Users were also concerned that Instagram might not always display captioned photos in their feed.
User gwendolyn_snow reported that Instagram did not show her photo with a headline when she was posted to Instagram, and that she did not have any other options to change that caption.
Instagram user arnolds_jennison shared a post that she shared with a tweet with the same caption that read, “This is what happens when a user captions with a different headline than the headline they