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Instagram Now Letting Users Share Feed Posts to Stories

Posted On: May 17, 2018   |   Posted By: Mac Rumors

Instagram Now Letting Users Share Feed Posts to Stories

Instagram today added a feature that's designed to let users share posts from their accounts and public accounts that they follow directly to their story feed as a sticker.
Today, we're introducing a new way to easily share feed posts to your story.
When you come across something in feed that inspires you - like a post from a friend raising money for a cause or a photo of a new design from your favorite brand - you can now quickly share that post as a sticker to your story for your friends and followers to see. Instagram users can share a feed post to a story by tapping on the paper airplane button below a post, which is the same gesture used to send it through a Direct message.
At the top of this interface, there's a new option to create a story. Tapping that option will transform the feed post into a sticker with a customized background that can be shared to a story. Like other stickers,

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