One of the most well-liked social media sites available today is Instagram, which is renowned for its innovative photo-sharing strategy. While posting images to your Instagram feed is a very simple process, uploading the Instagram post to your Story could provide some challenges. Today, we’ll look at the recognised concerns and their solutions as well as how to share Instagram pictures to your story.
You may now share photographs to other accounts on Instagram thanks to a new function.
Here s how you can share Instagram posts to your story
Choose the Instagram post you wish to publish in Step 1.
Tap the Share button in step two.
Select Add Post to your Story in Step 3.
Step 4: You can select the backdrop and top-of-the-post text. You could even limit who can see it to your closest friends. To share the post on your story once you’re finished, click the arrow button in the lower left corner of your screen.
Cant share a post to your Story? This could be why
- The account could be private: You cannot share an Instagram post to your Story from an account that is set to private. Making an account private makes your posts visible to only your followers. You can get around this by taking a screenshot of the post if it s an image, or downloading it if it s an IGTV video. But, it is better to respect the privacy of the user if they do not want their posts to be seen by anyone other than their followers.
- You may not have permission to share: Instagram users can disable the options to let others share their posts on their Stories. If you want to do the same, go to Profile>Settings>Privacy>Stories and disable Allow sharing to Story .
- Instagram app issues: There may be an issue with the Instagram app on your phone or you may not have the updated version of the app. You can check the Play Store for any updates and try clearing the app cache if the problem persists. Uninstalling and reinstalling may also fix some unknown bugs. Lastly, if you re still experiencing issues, try rebooting your phone.
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If all else fails, go to Profile>Settings>Help>Report a Problem on Instagram to report the problem. You can try a third-party tool for posting and resharing content on Instagram if you’re positive the problem is on your end. The third-party app’s ability to access your phone’s media and Instagram profile information is the lone drawback.
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