Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Share other users' photos, part of Learning Instagram.
- [Instructor] You've probably noticed that Instagram … is different from other social media platforms … in a couple of ways. … Unlike, say Twitter, where you can retweet … someone else's posts to your followers, … or Facebook where you can share someone else's posts … to your friends, … there's no way on Instagram to share … someone else's photos or videos to your own feed. … And that's definitely by design. … Instagram prefers that you only share videos and photos … that you yourself shot or own. … Now we've seen that you can share any photo … you come across with specific people … by tapping the share button, … which again, is this paper airplane icon under the photo. … And from here, you can select someone you follow … or type a username into the search field … to send that photo to that specific person. … But there's no way here to basically republish … someone else's photo to all of your followers … on your own feed. … Tap out of there to cancel. … Now there may be times when you want to share a photo …
- Following other users and hashtags
- Taking photos and videos
- Editing photos
- Adding filters
- Creating Instagram stories
- Liking and commenting on photos
- Tagging photos
Skill Level Beginner
Learning Computer Security and Internet Safetywith Jess Stratton1h 18m Intermediate
1. Get Started with Instagram
A tour of the Instagram app2m 57s
2. Shoot, Process, and Post Photos
3. Build and Work with Your Community
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