How to Share Instagram Posts to Other Social Media Platforms Like Facebook, Twitter

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Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms nowadays. But that doesn’t mean other platforms aren’t important. Users usually post the same on Instagram and other platforms, but it’s a hassle when done manually. The good thing is that users can interconnect their social media platforms so that they don’t have to post the same post separately every time. Also Read – iOS Instagram Users Can Now Delete Their Accounts From The App

Here’s how you can link other social media accounts to your Instagram account. ALSO READ – Instagram plans to abandon video posting in favor of Reels: report

How to use Instagram to share with other social media channels

  1. Open the Instagram app and go to profile
  2. Open the menu then Settings > Account > Sharing with other applications
  3. Select the account you want to link from options like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Ameba, OK.ru
  4. Enter the login details and you are good to go.

Now whenever you plan to publish a post on Instagram and also want to share it on other platforms, you just need to upload the photo/video, edit it, enter the caption, tag the people and add the location. You will now see a list of social media accounts that you have linked to your account. Just enable the toggle for the accounts where you want to share. Also Read – Instagram Tricks: How to Download Instagram Reels on Your PC, Smartphone

If you have selected Advanced Settings (located under Social Media Services options in Settings), your posts or videos will automatically be published to Facebook.

To share posts and videos on Instagram to other platforms, all you have to do is tap on the three dots in the upper right corner and tap on the “Link” option. Now you can just paste this link on platforms like WhatsApp, Twitter and more to share it with others.

Instagram is testing a change to its platform that would turn every video posted on the platform into a reel. The change is currently being tested with a select group of users around the world and is part of the company’s broader plans to simplify the overall video experience on the platform.






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