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Self-destructive image on Instagram: How to upload a missing photo on Direct | Social networks

Instagram lets you Directly send videos and photos with single view (called "self-destructive") in the iPhone (iOS) and Android app. Once viewed, the media is automatically deleted by the social network, and not even the sender can see it again. In addition, Instagram offers security with print notification if the recipient takes a screenshot of the uploaded content. In this tutorial, learn how to upload photos that sound through Instagram Direct.

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Learn how to upload a self-defeating image Photo: dnetcLearn how to upload a self-defeating image Photo: dnetc

Learn how to upload a self-defeating image Photo: dnetc

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Step 1. Sign in to Instagram and scroll the main screen to the left to open the direct messages. Select the contact you want to send the self-destructive image to;

Drag the screen to open conversations and click on the contact you want to send the image to. Photo: Reproduo / Mariana CoutinhoDrag the screen to open conversations and click on the contact you want to send the image to. Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Drag the screen to open conversations and click on the contact you want to send the image to. Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 2. Tap the camera icon in the message field. If you want to take a photo or send a video on time, use the capture button. If you want to upload a photo from the gallery, just swipe up and access the images from your phone

Click on the camera icon to take a picture Photo: Playback / Mariana CoutinhoClick on the camera icon to take a picture Photo: Playback / Mariana Coutinho

Click on the camera icon to take a picture Photo: Playback / Mariana Coutinho

Step 3. Edit your photo just like Instagram Instagram. You can put filters, GIFs, emojis or write something;

Add filters, text, emojis and gifs by editing your image Photo: Reproduo / Mariana CoutinhoAdd filters, text, emojis and gifs by editing your image Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Add filters, text, emojis and gifs by editing your image Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 4. Below the submit button, drag the options to the left until you see "see once". The symbol of a small red bomb will appear above the "send" button on your recipient's photo. Tap on it to send the photo or video.

Drag options to the left and click on the bomb icon to upload the photo Photo: Playback / Mariana CoutinhoDrag options to the left and click on the bomb icon to upload the photo Photo: Playback / Mariana Coutinho

Drag options to the left and click on the bomb icon to upload the photo Photo: Playback / Mariana Coutinho

Ready! Your photo has been submitted. In the conversation, the image register keeps appearing next to a small bomb, as we see in the picture above. The recipient opens the file as in an Instagram Stories view, however, they will not be able to see it more than once.

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