New: Bulk Uploads for Instagram, Media Library, and more

New: Bulk Uploads for Instagram, Media Library, and more

Keeping all of your photos, videos, and marketing materials organized is a major challenge for content creators and marketing managers. Today we’re excited to introduce three major updates to Latergramme to help you upload, store, and manage all of your visual content for social media! Now you can:

  • Bulk upload photos and videos for Instagram
  • Store and share media for multiple social profiles with our new Media Library
  • Schedule Instagram posts quickly with the drag and drop feature

Here at Latergramme, we’re working to make it easier for you to manage all your visual content and media in a single place, so your entire team can access and share it across your social media profiles. We hope you like it! Here’s a look at what’s new in Latergramme:

Bulk Upload for Instagram

We’ve made it super easy to upload multiple photos and videos at once into Latergramme (no more uploading images one by one!). Bulk uploads for Instagram is our most requested feature, and it’s designed to help you save a ton of time managing your media content. All of your media uploads will be stored in our new Media Library, and all media is shared between the Instagram profiles you’ve connected to Latergramme, so you only have to upload photos once.

Bulk Upload to your Media Library

Some things to note: once you’ve uploaded your media, you can continue to work in Latergramme while your photos and videos are uploading. Upload as much as you want – photos and videos don’t count towards your post count until you’ve scheduled them.

Drag & Drop Scheduling

We’ve changed the workflow for creating posts in Latergramme to help save you more time when scheduling Instagram posts. Now, you’ll start by uploading all of your photos and videos to the media library (see above). Next, you can just drag and drop the photo or video onto the calendar to create a post, crop an image, add a caption, or edit the scheduled time. Once you’ve scheduled a post on the calendar, it will count towards your post count for the month.

Drag & Drop Scheduling

Want to post the same image on multiple Instagram accounts? Now you can easily create new posts from your “used media” to post on the other Instagram accounts you have connected in Latergramme. No need to upload the same photo or video multiple times for multiple accounts! If you want to change the crop on a photo, you can now edit the scheduled post instead of having to upload and try again. In addition, you can now edit the crop on scheduled images, so there is no need to delete a post and then upload it again if the crop wasn’t correct the first time. We made this new workflow to help save you time and make planning your Instagram account as easy as possible.

Organize and Manage All of Your Visual Content

We’re building the best place to put all your visual media. Organizing your visual marketing materials for social media is a major challenge for marketers. Between Google Drive, Dropbox, email attachments, and links to other file storage systems, keeping track of where all of your photos and videos are stored is hard!

Latergramme Media Library

With Latergramme’s new Media Library, all of your visual content is kept in one place, making it easy for you to pull up a specific photoshoot quickly. With Media Library, you can store all your photos and videos, and label your sets or photo shoots so it’s easily searchable the next time you need it. Now you’ll never have to wonder where that one photo is again!

New Features:

We know it’s a challenge to manage all of your photos and videos, and for many of us, finding the right ones at the right time is even harder. That’s why we want you to be able to quickly bulk upload your image and videos, store them in one place, and then organize them with labels so that you can quickly find them for later. Let’s make finding that perfect photo for your next campaign as easy as it should be.

Here’s a recap of our new features to help you manage your visual content for Instagram:

  1. Bulk upload photos and videos: drag and drop onto Latergramme on the web
  2. All of your media is now shared between connected Instagram profiles
  3. Organize your media by labeling and searching them in the Media Library
  4. You can schedule one media item multiple times, no more re-uploading!
  5. Edit the crop on your scheduled image instead of uploading a new one
  6. Only scheduled posts count towards your post limit – upload as many media items as you want!

Bulk uploads and our new Media Library is now available to all Latergramme accounts, start using it today!

Check it out!

  • Matt Augustin

    This is dope! Keep innovating!!!

    • Thanks! Glad you like it.

      Lots great stuff coming quickly now, this was a major bottleneck for a bunch of new features. A mobile update to better support these features is on it’s way as well.

  • Can photographers on the field send photos directly to a client Instagram media library “folder”? that would save marketers a lot of time, specially also if photos are uploaded squared so they are ready to be publish on Instagram.

    • We have something that can help you with this. Send us a message at and we’ll get you set up.

  • Kathryn Horner

    Hi! This is a very informative blog and it’s what I used to learn how to navigate the new changes. I’m loving the quick upload – however I’ve had several other issues/questions with the update – including bulk uploading pictures and then losing those to no man’s land. When you get a chance – please check our account messages and respond. THANK YOU so much!! – premierdesignsinc
    – Kathy

    • Just messaged you. If you’re talking about the side library, we only show 50 media items right now. As I write this we’re working on a “load more” function. Thanks for the feedback, keep it coming!

      • Kathryn Horner

        Okay! Maybe it was at the max. Good to know! Thanks, Matt!

  • I actually don’t like the new features =( As a user who has new images to share daily, I don’t like that I have hundreds of my old images stored together with upcoming ones. I much preferred the format where the used images were separated from the scheduled images – way easier to track and overall a much cleaner experience. It takes many more ‘clicks’ to schedule an update as well (upload, click photo, click create post, add text, schedule, create post) which doesn’t save me time but adds it. Also, the crop is also automatically adjusted to fit square, instead of posting in the original horizontal or vertical state (as it used to do before the update.) Having images accessible from more than one account isn’t a huge bonus for me, as my accounts are my clients + my personal. And the images now save to my phone’s camera roll, which I don’t want. Is this an adjustable setting?

    I hate to leave negative feedback and I love Latergram, but this new update is not my favorite.

    • julzthediva

      I’m with you Anna! I love the previous one where I can visualise how the grid will look on my own instagram. This new features is very challenging for me.

      • Lina Savaria

        Hi Julz,

        I wanted to touch base with you as well 🙂 Thanks for your feedback as well, we take everything into consideration and revision so we really appreciate it! We actually do have a new feature that allows you to visualize how your scheduled posts will look in your IG feed! From Latergramme on the web in the calendar view you will see a button called “Preview” if you click here, you will be able to get a preview of how all your scheduled posts and already published posts shared through Latergramme will look in your feed! This way you can really begin to curate your content and create a cohesive brand. Check out this blog post for more info:

        Please let me know if you have further questions:

    • Lina Savaria

      Hi Anna!

      Thank you for your feedback. We really value your experience and apologize that the new update is not what you had hoped for and that it is taking you longer to share your content. I will take all of your feedback to our product team 🙂 Just a few updates: The media library is designed to help you store and manage all of your media between social profiles in one place. Rather than counting your unscheduled media towards your post count, the media library allows you to upload an unlimited number of images and videos for collaboration and later scheduling. From Latergramme on the web, your media will be separated between “Used” and “Unused” media. Unused includes all the media that has not been scheduled and used are all your scheduled posts which should separate all of your posts and media. In regards to the image size and cropping, we’ve recently released quick cropping for square and landscape/portrait mode which should make it easier for you to resize your images. Please test it out and let me know how it works for you! Lastly, if you do not want your images to save to your camera roll this is something you can disable from your Instagram! Simply go to your settings and de-select “Save Original Photos”, this is not something that is controlled or enabled by Latergramme! Again thank you for all your feedback, it is really important for us to understand how our users are interacting with our product in order for us to improve it, so thank you again! Please email me at if you have any other questions!

  • Nico Müller

    Is there somewhere the option to share pics with white background, but still in a square format??

  • Nico Müller

    Is it possible to crop photos like whiteagram? I used often landscape photos with white bars to fit the square format. Thanks in advance!

  • Tina Baltzer Hansen

    I’m so sad, that you have removed the crop option, that gave you the option to crop your image in the correct Instagram ratio and add’ed white space on the sides in Latergramme itself.
    Before it was easy peasy to post an image with latergram, now it’s almost more timeconsuming than if I just did it manual.
    First I have to open Latergramme, press “Post now”, then download the image to my phone, use a crop program, so I get the entire image in the post, then I have to open Latergramme again, press “Post Now” again, change the photo in Instagram and THEN I can post it.