Washington :\u00a0Instagram\u00a0is planning to roll out the ability to create\u00a0posts\u00a0using the web browser on a\u00a0desktop\u00a0computer and the test feature had gone live on Thursday for some users. TechCrunch has confirmed that after years of solely focusing on its mobile product, the photo-sharing platform is at long last thinking about letting users post from their computers. A number of Twitter uses noticed that the test feature had gone live on Thursday, and an\u00a0Instagram\u00a0spokesperson confirmed the test to TechCrunch saying, "We know that many people access\u00a0Instagram\u00a0from their computer. To improve that experience, we're now testing the ability to create a Feed post on\u00a0Instagram\u00a0with their\u00a0desktop\u00a0browser." Users can check if the test is live for them by heading to\u00a0Instagram\u00a0in the browser and looking for a new 'plus' icon in the icon tray on the top right. According to TechCrunch, the test is not available to everyone and it only allows users to create\u00a0posts\u00a0for the main\u00a0feed. The new test feature is\u00a0Instagram's latest\u00a0desktop\u00a0product after the platform added the ability to view stories on the web in 2017 and added direct messaging to\u00a0desktop\u00a0late last year.