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Instagram doesn't allow you to share other people's stories unless you've been tagged in the post. However, you can use a screen recording trick to repost videos of friends in your own story. IPhone (iOS) natively features the Screen Recording tool, while Android users should use free apps like AirDroid to film everything that goes on on their mobile phone.

That way you can create a copy of any video or story post to share someone else's Stories. Learn how to repost clips in the following tutorial with iPhone or Android.

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Recording the iPhone screen

Step 1. Open an Instagram video story and swipe up and down the screen to open Control Center. Then select the circle-shaped icon to have the count of three seconds to start recording. Then close the control center;

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When to start iPhone screen recording to create a copy of an Instagram video storie Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 2. Capture the entire video and finally open Control Center again and select the red icon;

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When to finalize an iPhone screen recording to create a copy of an Instagram video stories Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 3. You can tap the alert that indicates the recording has ended to open the video. Then tap the "Edit" button;

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When to start editing an iPhone screenshot Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 4. Use your finger to pull the ends of the video timeline in half, as shown in the image below. This will cause excerpts where Control Center appears or a screen other than Instagram is removed from the file. Before you save, check out what your edit looked like when playing the video. Tap "Ok" and then "Save as New Clip". This will create a new version of the screenshot without the snippets you cut;

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When to finalize on iPhone the editing of a video with screenshot of an Instagram stories Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa

Step 5. To upload the video, open Instagram and tap the camera icon in the upper left corner of the screen. Then drag the screen up or tap the photo cone in the bottom left corner of the screen;

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By accessing the iOS media library to upload on Instagram a screenshot of Instagram Stories Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa

Step 6. Select the video you have edited to open in the storytelling screen. This done, use filters, stickers and other available elements. To share, tap "Your Stories".

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When to share an Instagram stories on iPhone Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa

Using the AirDroid Android App

Step 1. Open AirDroid from the "Tools" tab and select the "Save Screen" option. Then tap the key icon to enable permission to use the feature in Android settings;

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By preparing the AirDroid app screenshot tool Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa

Step 2. Tap the "Got it" option to close the instruction mode. Then open on Instagram the Stories you want to share. At this point, touch the camera icon to start recording;

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When to start capturing Instagram stories on Android with the AirDroid Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa app

Step 3. To end the recording, tap the AirDroid icon in the corner of the screen and then the camera icon;

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When to finish a Instagram screen recording with the AirDroid Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa app

Step 4. Tap the folder icon to access the AirDroid recording library. Then tap on the three point icon next to the video. The most recent recording is at the top of the list;

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When accessing a screenshot recorded on Android with the AirDroid Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa app

Step 5. Use the "Edit" option. In the next window, use the indicators on the right and left of the progress bar to crop scenes at the beginning and end of the screenshot. To save, tap the tick icon in the upper right corner of the screen;

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When editing a screenshot made on Instagram with the AirDroid Android app Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 6. The new version of the video will be at the top of the screen. Select the three point icon and choose the "Share" option;

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When to view sharing options for a screenshot created in the Android app Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 7. Tap the "Stories" option to have the video uploaded to Instagram. That done, you add filters and other elements offered by the tool. To share, tap "Your Story."

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When to share an Instagram stories as a screenshot on Android Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

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