Today, we’re excited to announce the Instagram community’s top 2017 moments. People from all around the world came to Instagram to collectively experience this year’s most important events, milestones and trends – from pop culture to cultural movements.
Earlier this month Instagram launched it’s new feature Stories. I did share a tutorial to create Instagram Stories. This article is a result of one of those queries which users asks us via our Contact form, Social Media or personal accounts of our Editors. There was a similar question a user requested me to answer on Quora about “How can I add Instagram stories from Gallery or Camera roll?” and hence I come up with a solution to add photos and videos in Instagram story from smartphone’s Gallery.
you might wish to upload a photo from your iPhone Camera roll or Android Gallery because that was one of the best shots you took in the last 24 hours at least. Or you weren’t able to access Instagram when that moment was happening. Or you couldn’t find a good filter in Instagram stories default filters. For such situations, Instagram does allow you to post photos and videos from your smartphone’s gallery to your Stories. Here’s how.
Literally, Instagram is hell-bent on aping the top features of Snapchat, having already snapped Stories, Disappearing photos and some other neat features. Now, the Facebook-owned company has captured yet another feature—Geostickers– thoroughly inspired by Snapchat’s Geofilters which is also location based. As for functionality, using Geostickers in Instagram stories on iPhone is pretty simple and works very much like that of Snapchat’s.
Currently, Geostickers is available only in New York and Jakarta. It will be available in other cities and countries around the world later. Let’s get to know more about how it works.
Calling all social media mavens: The latest Instagram update is here with a bunch of cool new features to jazz up your Stories. Along with being able to @mention people and use Boomerang camera in Stories, soon users will be able drop links in, as well! Wondering how to add links to Instagram Stories? The process is fairly straightforward, though unfortunately this feature is currently in the testing phase. As of today, only verified accounts have the ability to insert links — but hey, at least that means you will definitely start to see them popping up in Stories published by public figures and popular brands.
Earlier this month Instagram announced that it would introduce Instagram Stories. The news sent avid social media users in a bit of a frenzy because, well, Snapchat is a thing. People were quick to point out the glaring similarities of Instagram Stories to Snapchat’s Stories, but now it seems as though the shock factor has worn off