Instagram does not natively offer a feature for reposting other people's Stories, unless you were mentioned in the post. However, it is possible to circumvent this limitation with the help of free apps or phone tricks such as printing or downloading videos. Check out the following list for five tips for sharing someone else's stories. The procedures can be performed on Android phones or on iPhone (iOS).
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1. Share Stories You Mentioned in
By to share a stories where the Instagram profile was tagged Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
So far, the native way Instagram offers to repost stories is in the profile entries. When a friend tags you with the minion sticker, the post is automatically sent to your Instagram Direct message box. At this point, simply tap the media to open it on the editing screen.
Sharing allowed in sticker format, which can be scaled to screen size or edited with filters and stickers. The feature works for Instagram users on iPhone and Android.
Story Reposter lets you re-share Instagram stories Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa
If Instagram does not natively share, an alternative is to use applications that access the platform to offer sharing. The free Story Reposter app brings this possibility to iPhone users. Just search for a username to open the stories and use the share button with the Instagram app. One of the advantages is that the media is not in sticker format and does not depend on markings to repost.
3. Share on Direct
Instagram lets you share stories from public accounts by Direct Foto: Divulgao / Instagram
As we mentioned earlier, Instagram doesn't allow you to repost a story natively. However, the network has an option to send stories by direct messages. The feature is designed so that users can privately share the viewing of a photo or video released as a story in a public profile.
The feature allows you to send stories to one or more contacts simultaneously. In addition, the user can send the media to a participating group or create their own sharing time.
4. Print and publish the story with proper credit.
Take print and mention who initially published the story a way to repost stories Photo: Divulgao / Instagram
If you prefer a more practical alternative, we have one trick: taking prints of stories. In photo posts, take a screenshot of the photo, which is saved in the mobile media library. When it comes time to publish the print on Instagram, be sure to add image credits or tag the person with the thumbnail.
Remember that Instagram even thought to warn users when someone made prints of their stories. However, the network gave up using the feature, which frees the use of prints without any warning to the account owner.
5. Download Stories and Publish to Instagram
Story Saver for Instagram has a history of stories saved by the user to share Photo: Playback / Barbara Mannara
For Video Stories, you can use the free Story Saver for Instagram app. It provides the download option for stories posted by friends, whether in video or image, to Android mobile.
IPhone users may use a trick that does not require the installation of a third party application. Launched on iOS 11, screen recording lets you capture in video format everything that happens on your phone screen. Simply use the feature through the System Control Center and then quickly edit the file to publish it to Instagram.
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