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It’s really hard now to move photos around in the grid because I have to click at least twice before dragging a photo and moving it to another spot, and sometimes the photo will glitch and just go back to where it was. I would just like to be able to move the pictures like we were able to before these new recent updates
I would give this app a higher rating if it were easier to arrange the photos. That’s the whole purpose of this app is to arrange photos how you’d like to display them. Every time I click to drag a photo it enlarges the photos and won’t let me move it. Also the photo from the top that you’ve dragged alllllll the way down to where you want it will end up right back where it was or just now it ended up as my very 1st photo at the bottom and when I tried to drag it up it acted like it was a post on my ig that couldn’t be rearranged. I tried reaching out to support and the email is inactive. I use this for my business so it’s pretty frustrating trying to get work done and spending double the amount of time because of the errors and glitches that occur. To the creators/support team, please fix these issues!
I started out with the free version then quickly updated to the paid version since it’s only a small one time payment. I manage multiple Instagram accounts and it makes it so easy to plan and post for all of them in one place. It was being a little glitchy at one point but it stopped. This app is simple and easy to use for me since I just like to plan what the feed looks like. I don’t do scheduling or anything.
This app is streamlined to meet my needs without any additional frills. Great example of how simplification can provide great returns.. it's helped me to design and build my brand image and plan ahead for future posts without hassle. Must have app for Instagram page + business owners.
I been looking for a app like this that can help me test out my images before uploading to my official account. It’s a life saver & glad I don’t have to worry about paying a monthly subscription service each month!!!!!!!!
Developed by the The Good App Company, Limited Liability Company,
who have also released the following apps The Grid: Plan for Instagram .
The Grid: Plan for Instagram has 190 user reviews.
The Grid: Plan for Instagram has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of The Grid: Plan for Instagram (2.2.1) was released on Oct 08, 2019.
You can download The Grid: Plan for Instagram here:.
Visually plan posts for Instagram with The Grid.
We all know how important it is to have a cohesive, consistent Instagram
feed. The Grid is a strategy tool that can help you achieve the best Instagram feed possible for you or your business.
Use simple, easy-to-use controls to:
• plan your Instagram posts in advance
• write captions for each post ahead of time
• achieve the ideal timeline with intuitive drag-and-drop controls
• post scheduled content to Instagram
Includes support for:
• posting original quality photos and videos
• visualizing how future posts fit into your past posts by syncing your Instagram feed with your grid
• scheduling and managing content for multiple Instagram accounts (Pro feature)
NO MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTIONS!
Most features are free to use for everyone. There is a one time in-app purchase if you want to plan for multiple Instagram accounts. No more paying for unending subscriptions!
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