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With the appetite we have for documenting ourselves and sharing information immediately on social networks, Instagram Stories have become one of the most used platforms by all types of users. Today we will explain how to edit stories on Instagram.
You can do it in two ways. You can highlight individual stories that you particularly like, but you can also create collections of multiple stories. In these compilations, it will not be necessary for all the stories to be from the same day, so it can be useful to highlight everything from a trip or event.
How to edit or delete stories on Instagram
To do this, click on your profile and click on the story you want to edit.
Stories you’ve highlighted will usually start to show. When you are in a specific one that you want to delete, press the More button at the bottom right with the icon of the three points. You will see two options, one to delete the story and one to edit the collection.
if you press Remove from featured stories, you will delete the story and it will no longer appear in the featured section. If the story is part of a collection, it will no longer appear in the collection. You should also know that if you delete all the highlights from a collection, they will disappear completely.
If you click Edit Featured Story, you will return to the story editing panel, where, among other things, you will be able to continue selecting the stories that make up your collection.
To add more stories to the collection, once you are editing a featured story, you need to click on the button Archive column so that all the ones you have uploaded appear again. Here you select the ones you want and give Made.
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Tricks to rock your Instagram stories
We’ll be discussing eight awesome hacks to stand out on your Instagram stories in no time.
1. Turn your LivePhotos into Boomerangs
Without going through apps or multiple bullshit. Open your Instagram stories, swipe up and choose your live photo.
When you have it selected, press the screen for a couple of seconds until the word “Boomerang” appears and… Magic! Your Live Photo has just become a Boomerang.
2. Link your posts to your Stories.
It’s okay that we don’t have the ” move up ” thing, and we can’t link to our website because we don’t have 10k followers, but we can drive our audience from one story to our post; as? Very easy.
Choose a post from your feed, click share, “share to stories” and that’s it. You already have a story with a clickable link to your post.
3. Copy a photo from your camera roll
This one is smuggler proof. Choose one of your photos and click the “export” button.
From the options, select copy.
Now, open your stories, open the text option and hold until the paste option appears. It’s that simple, you already have the photo ready for you to put all the emojis, gifs and shit you want.
You may think that what we have just told you is bullshit but wait, here comes the good part. You can upload a video, a photo or a colored background and paste the photo you just copied on top. Why isn’t this change so bad?
4. Bring out the colors of Instagram
Do Instagram color options fall short for you? We assume that you already know that you can choose colors from photos with the eyedropper that appears next to the color options for brushes, text tools, etc. But there is something else you can do.
Open the stories and select the brush.; long press any color option below on your screen until the color slider opens. Now you just have to choose the color that you like the most.
5. Make your emojis shine
Open your stories and select the text tool with the Neon font. Add an emoji, and you’ll come out with a slight glow behind that. It’s a bigger piece of shit than a thing, but we can’t help but love it.
6. Fill with color
Did you think that the only way to fill in the color was by touching the screen with your finger? Well, there is something more manageable. Select the brush in the upper right corner and choose a color. Touch and hold the screen for about two to three seconds until the screen automatically fills with the selected color.
7. Insinuate without showing
We are going to do a combo with the previous trick.
Upload a photo to your stories and fill it with color as we taught you. Now comes the trick. Select the rubber and the size you want it to have with the slide on the left of your screen. Now go erasing with small touches or brush strokes to reveal the image that you had below.
8. Hide your hashtags
Hashtags are a necessary evil that dirty those precious and careful photos that we want to upload to our stories. We cannot live without them, but what we can do is hide them.
We can hide them directly behind a gif or emoji or make them “disappear” giving them the same color as the background. Just pick the eyedropper for the text tool and choose the background color. The best thing is that Instagram will record them even if you don’t see them yourself.
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