Instagram is testing a change to its services that makes it harder to reshare content, therefore making shares more “intentional.” While before users could share a post to their story, it could be done from the post itself. With this change, it could only be done from the “stickers” tab.
You can’t share a post to your Instagram story because the Add Post to Your Story feature is either glitched or the owner of the account has disabled resharing to stories. … If the feature is glitched, the problem is on Instagram’s end—not yours.
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- VSCO on the App Store.
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Why can’t my friends repost my Instagram Story 2021?
The main reason why you can’t share someone else’s Instagram Story is that you’re not tagged in it. Namely, Instagram allows you to reshare a Story only if you were tagged in it by the person who posted it. When you’re tagged, you receive a notification that someone mentioned you in their Story.
Why can’t my friends repost my Instagram story?
The most typical reason is that the person who publishes the original story has not allowed their followers to share. To mark it, go to your profile -> Settings -> Privacy & Security -> Story Controls -> Shared Content.
What is the new Instagram Update 2020?
Instagram is rolling out a new update that prioritizes Reels, its TikTok competitor, as well as Instagram’s recently expanded Shopping features. The Reels and Shopping icons are now where the “new post” and notificiations tabs were, and those have been moved to the top-right corner of the screen.
Launch the Instagram app and locate the post you’d like to share. Tap on the “paper airplane button” button appearing below the post. Tap on “Add post to your Story” to upload the post in the form of a customizable sticker. Tap on the “text icon” at the top of the window and proceed to creeate your caption.
To share a feed post to your story, just tap the paper airplane button below the post, just as you would to send it via Direct. At the top, you’ll now see the option to create a story. Tap it to see the feed post as a sticker with a customized background ready to share to your story.