Source : https://www.quora.com/Can-we-repost-Instagram-stories-on-Instagram
If there is one thing that brands have understood on social networks, it’s the importance of sharing content with Internet users.
However, Instagram doesn’t offer content sharing as instinctively as other social media platforms.
In this post, we explain how to republish other users’ Instagram photos and videos while respecting their respective copyrights.
Instagram’s Repost involves a few tricks to share someone else’s content. And this nuance is important: there is a difference between appropriating someone’s content (speaking on their behalf) and sharing another user’s content.
The small obstacle that we notice concerning the Repost Instagram is that we cannot share a photo in instant. This is because the creators have always insisted on putting forward the idea of “living in the moment.”
Share a Photo from Another Account on Instagram
As explained above, you cannot share content directly on Instagram. However, the application allows you to share photos on Facebook, Instagram Messenger, Twitter, or copy/paste the URL.
Solution Number One: Manually Share a Photo on Instagram
The manual technique is the fastest method. Simply take a screenshot of the photo in question, crop it, and then republish it.
Don’t forget to indicate the source and photo credit of the original photo. Additionally, you must have the approval of the author of the photo before re-posting it.
Solution Number Two: Repost Application for Instagram
If you decide not to use the first method, there is a great application you can use to share content: Repost for Instagram, available for free on Android and iOS.
The bonus of this application is that it allows you to share any content (both photo and video) without losing quality.
To share: copy and paste the url of the image you like (by pressing the three small dots at the top right) and then open the application. You will see the content you just copied and pasted. Next, all that you need to do is choose the location and color of the application logo that will appear on the post.
Add the source and photo credit, and you’re done!