Instagram is now one of our favorite and most routinely used applications. This social site has a massive audience. We check our Instagram more than we check any other app. We are socially connected to the world by It. In this pandemic situation, many people came forward and represented themselves publically, so here we have some amazing Instagram tips and tricks, whether you have a public account or private.
Tips and tricks for your Instagram handle:
1. Make your professional account more reliable:
If you are a social media influencer or handling a business, Instagram now serves categories for it. Switch your account to a professional account by clicking on the horizontal bars icon on the top right of your Profile> Settings > Account > Switch to professional account > Creator/Business. Select your category, and you are all set up.
- You will see now in ‘insights’ there will be more detailed information about your audience’s growth and your account’s traffic.
- A new inbox makes it easier to manage message requests and connect with fans.
2. Add filters to previously existed photos and videos:
You know that you can actually add Instagram filters to your previously existed photos, even though they are not filmed on Instagram.
- For this select add to story > Select any photo or video > Click on the face icon on the top left corner and select your favorite filters.
3. Add multiple photos to your story:
Copy the photo to the clipboard you want to add in your Instagram story then open Instagram > Add to story. Now click any random photo and fill the screen with the marker tool by holding it for some seconds. Now select the text icon ‘Aa’ and paste the photos there. You can add as many photos as you want.
Note: This hack is only applicable for iPhone users.
4. Instagram online creator studio:
If you have a professional profile, this is a lifesaving trick for you! Search Facebook creator studio. As you know, Facebook owns Instagram. Right over there, click on the Instagram icon, and here guys, you’ll see all your stats are on a desktop, so if you need to compile reports or anything like that, it makes it super easy. You can see post insights, and you can also see extra analytics and information from your Instagram stories, which are really helpful.
5. Glowing emoji:
You can actually make the emojis glow. Select any emoji, then select any color, and from the fonts option, select ‘neon,’ and you’ll see the emoji glowing, which looks super cool and unique.
6. Choose what to tagged in:
You can actually decide whether you want any tagged pictures to be shown on your profile or not. For this head over to settings of your Instagram Profile > Privacy > Tags. From there, you can select Allow tags from only people you follow or no one. You can also turn on the option manually approve tags and can choose the tagged photos whether to be shown on your profile or not.
7. Multi sticker response:
I’m sure many of you know about the question sticker, but did you know there’s a pretty cool way of responding a couple of questions at once. For example, you uploaded an Instagram story ‘ask me questions.’ Check out the responses, select the one you want to reply, and click share response than choose whatever background you want to choose. Screenshot the image now go back to the other responses and select another response > share response. Now add the previous screenshotted response photo as background. Screenshot this and add more response, repeat this as many times as you can until you reach the maximum number of responses on one page.
8. Unique fonts for bio:
We all have seen those fancy profiles that have unique fonts in their bio, which really makes it all stand out. It’s quite simple to do that. In order to do that, open your web browser and go to https://igfonts.io. Once you have done that, it will generate multiple unique fonts for you. Now all you have to do is copy that and paste in your Instagram bio.
9. Archiving Instagram posts:
If your previous posts don’t relate to your current content anymore, you can actually archive them rather than deleting them. Archiving an Instagram post means you don’t have to delete that post permanently. It will not be shown on your Profile if you archive it. For this click on the vertical three dots on the top right corner of the post, you want to archive > click archive. For restoring archived posts, click on the horizontal three-bar icon on the top right corner of your Profile> select ‘Archive.’ You will see all your archived posts there.
10. Profile pic circle:
Download the app Canva and then simply select that + icon, choose Instagram post, which is simply a square canvas, then click on the + icon again click ‘image’ and choose your profile photo here, then you going to click on ‘illustration’ and select ‘shape.’ In the shapes section, select the circle frame. You can change the circle color and position it to wherever your heart desires and then select that icon on the top right corner of the screen > save the image. The image will be saved in your gallery then head over to Instagram > Edit profile > Change profile picture. Now select the photo you just made in Canva and size it up until the frame meets the frame on Instagram. Click ‘next,’ and you’ve got a beautiful profile picture.
11. Recover deleted Instagram messages
Do you know that you can recover deleted Instagram messages? Well, you can do that. To get your deleted Instagram messages and data back, you need to follow this guide that is already on our website.
So these were 10 amazing Instagram tips and tricks for 2020 that are actually very cool and new, so rush to your Instagram profiles and try these out!