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HOW TO SHARE AN INSTAGRAM POST TO THE STORY - INSTA REPOST

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Bracket Notes: In this article, I'll show you how to share an Instagram post in the story and give you tips for reposting other people's posts on Insta so that you can improve your Instagram marketing *.

If you want to learn more about social media marketing or want to know how to make money with Instagram, I recommend my posts on the topic.
In another article, I also summarized for you how to use hashtags correctly to increase your reach.
If you prescribe your posting texts and want to embellish them with symbols, smileys, and emojis, you can simply copy and paste them using the link.

Edit October 2021: I keep reading that Instagram has now switched off the feature, at least as a test. I can still use it on my @bm.blogs.marketing account. How about you? Let me know in the comments below the post so I can update it.
As of October 12, 2021
contents
• Pack posts into the story - that's how it used to be
• Instagram story features
• How to share an Instagram Feed post to your story - instructions
• Reposting other people's Instagram posts in the story - most important points
• Can anyone share my posts to their Insta Story?
• Examples of use for Insta Story Reposting
• Conclusion Insta Story Repost

Pack posts into the story - that's how it used to be
In the past, if you wanted to repost a great post to your story, you had to resort to screenshots. But that was just a workaround, cumbersome, and not really nice.
Especially if it was a post from another Instagram account, you had to be careful. Because if you do not have permission to use an image, legal problems can quickly arise.
But here, I show you how you can share Instagram posts in the story also visit storiesdown to learn more about private insta viewer.

Instagram story features
Instagram continues to build on the power of Stories and the features to go with them. There are always new features that make stories even more interesting and interactive.
Today I will introduce you to one of these features. It allows you to easily share or repost an image or post in your story.

In this case, the interaction causes the viewer of your story to be forwarded by tapping on the image. It then ends up on the original post, so you forwarded it there.
This is a good way to link the images and posts that you particularly like.

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How to share an Instagram Feed post to your story - instructions
Reposting images to the story is actually quite easy; you just have to follow the following steps:
If you like an image and want to put it in your story, just tap the paper airplane icon below the image. Then you have the option to send it, or you can "post the post to your story."
Tap the story option, then edit your story post and add stickers, gifs, or emojis as usual. You can also preview or hide the post text if you want. Just tap on the post.
Then you add it to your story, and your followers will see it.
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Reposting other people's Instagram posts in the story - most important points
• You can repost other users' posts if they are on public profiles.
• The preview of the post text can be shown and hidden.
• By tapping on your story, your followers will see the original post.
• You can also limit the audience to those you've marked as "close friends."
• The author has linked automatically.
• You can also link videos, but then only a few seconds of the clip will be displayed.
Can anyone share my posts to their Insta Story?

Not all posts can be easily reposted by users in their stories. If your profile is set to private, your pictures cannot be shared. And with that, you can't share your Instagram posts in the story either.
If you have a public profile, you can also choose not to share your posts to stories in settings. So you have the opportunity to decide for yourself. And that applies to both business accounts and private accounts.

 
 


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