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When it comes to Instagram, marketers make up a significant percentage of total number of posts.  Due to the popularity of the site and the effectiveness of using it for driving sales, this should come as no surprise.  One problem that many marketers have faced, however, is that the mobile app for Instagram only allowed them to use one account at a time.  This meant that if marketers were running multiple accounts they would either have to log out and log in each time, or move to a PC where it was much easier to manage multiple accounts.

Instagram seems to be looking into how to fix this complaint.  They are running a beta test on a new version of their mobile app for both iOS and Android users.  The new version will allow users to quickly move between multiple accounts without having to log off.  Being able to post images and select which accounts they go to will make life much easier for many marketers ( and even some regular users).

While there is no set date on when the app may roll out for everyone, it seems likely that it will occur in the near future.  Hopefully they are just working on making sure there are no bugs or other issues before they make this an option for everyone.

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