Flaunt your Instagram stories on Facebook with this simple trick.
Facebook acquired Instagram in 2012 and since then, Facebook is infusing some or the other element to keep Instagram relevant to the current generation and to a greater extent, the strategies have worked in their favour as well.
The Instagram story is one of the trendy features and is already a big hit on the social media channels. Later, the story sharing feature was released, which was duly appreciated by the users. It allows the user to share his/her pricey moments with pictures and video capture options. Sadly, not everyone knows how to share the Instagram story to Facebook. Though there is no rocket science attached to it, simply reach to the Instagram app’s settings menu and play with a couple of options and you will be good to go.
After putting a lot of hard work and a pinch of creativity, if you find it difficult to share your Instagram story on Facebook, just follow this article and you will be a pro by the time you are done with the reading.
Start creating an Instagram story, then tap Next
Tap Your Facebook Story
Go to your profile and tap the toggle button located in the top-right corner
Select Story Settings
Next to Share Your Story to Facebook, simply allow sharing
Once you are done with the story making and have shared your Instagram story to Facebook, it will appear as a story at the top of News Feed. Whatever content you share to Facebook, including your Instagram story, follows the existing Facebook privacy settings. Remember, the stories that you upload on Instagram and share on Facebook as well stay for next 24 hours. In case, you want your post to stay for the much longer duration, get back to basics and upload it as a normal post from your account.
So, now you have brushed your skill of story sharing, make one right now and share it on Facebook, who knows it may get viral.
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