This post has been updated with comment from Instagram.
Twitter users are no longer able to view full Instagram photos on Twitter, the social network said Wednesday. According to a statement from Twitter, the photo-sharing problems originate on Instagram’s end.
Photos from Instagram are appearing cropped or oddly placed, prompting a flood of complaints from those who use both services.
Twitter acknowledged the problem in a status post, saying that Instagram has changed the way it integrates with the micro-blogging service. Instagram has stopped using Twitter cards, which essentially provide a quick summary of content on the network.
“Users are experiencing issues with viewing Instagram photos on Twitter. Issues include cropped images,” the social network said Wednesday. “This is due to Instagram disabling its Twitter cards integration, and as a result, photos are being displayed using a pre-cards experience. So, when users click on Tweets with an Instagram link, photos appear cropped.”