Share music on Instagram it is a way of exhibiting or displaying a person’s favorite songs; but in the version iOS from instagram, can’t add song stickers when creating Stories from a application of third parties. This means you can display covers created by your streaming app, but you can’t add stickers with songs that others can listen to.
In this opportunity, Infobae will show the step by step to understand how to add music when you share a song in an Instagram story from a music streaming service in iPhone or iPad. This will not only allow you to see the cover and title of the song, but also add a sticker with the playing track.
It should be noted that the Instagram mobile application of Manzana does not allow this functionality, but you should know that it is available in Android.
Step by step to share a song on Instagram Story and place the music sticker
The first step is to share the song you want from the streaming service in Instagram Stories. For this you will need a streaming service with this feature, since not all of them have it. Now, for example, the platform is being used Spotify, but services like Tindal or Apple Music they also allow it.
The problem with this process is that on iOS, you can’t add song stickers once you’ve created a story using a third-party app. On Android you should be able to do this without any problem, but for some reason in the iOS version of Instagram, this is not possible.
To be able to do this, the trick you need to do is save the image or video that Instagram has created.
To do this, when previewing the image before sharing, it is necessary click the three dots button at the top right and then click the option Keep.
When saving the created image, history creation should be cancelled. Once you have done that, the process of creating Instagram stories begins right from the start; this time it won’t be done through the streaming app.
Creating a story from the Instagram app (by tapping the user’s profile picture in the main feed) opens their Photo gallery to select the story you want to use.
Here, it must use the photos or video you previously saved with the story from the streaming app, which will appear alongside the rest of the regular photos in your iOS library.
After selecting the image, it will be inside the story and will be displayed as you have composed it before. It’s like you’re sharing a song from a streaming app, only this time Instagram will do it as if you were doing it from a photo. This means that now you will be able to add music stickers from the Stickers menu (the icon to the right of the letters Aa).
When you select the sticker Musicyou will be taken to a search engine where you can select the song you want to add to your story.
Here, the logical thing in this case is choose the same song that is being shared, so that when the rest of the people see the story they not only see a cover, but they can also hear the song that has been chosen.
Now that the song has been selected, the user will be taken to a screen where you can choose which part of the song you want to play in the story. You can choose how long you want it to ring and the exact time, as well as decide on the type of display.
In many songs, you can choose to show the lyrics as a visualization, which will add a bit more to the story. In addition, you can drag the letter to one side of the screen until it disappears, and so just leave the image or wallpaper with the song playing.
That’s it, after adding the music and deciding where and where to put the lyrics, can finish decorating the story.
And when it’s over, it will only be necessary complete the process to publish it like any other story.
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