Before launching Instagram and posting a tweet, Twitter will ask for your approval. Once approved, Instagram Tales should display your tweet as a postcard with nicely rounded corners.
Very often, tweets become screenshots in Instagram Tales. However, this would require you to save many screenshots, which would take up a lot of space on your device, and the display method would be tricky. However, Twitter has now given iOS users the ability to share tweets as Instagram tails instantly.
Twitter unveiled the official deal in a tweet titled “Admin. Tweets can now be shared instantly on iOS. (sic).”
Instagram and Twitter users on iOS will now be able to share tweets one-on-one.
Before launching Instagram and posting a tweet, Twitter will ask for your permission. Once permission is granted, the tweet will be published on Instagram Tales as a postcard with carefully rounded corners.
However, customers won’t be able to open the post tweet, they’ll have to go to Twitter and search for it, and vice versa, to discover blogger Jane Manchun Wong.
Also, with this change, you will only be able to share tweets via Instagram stories rather than turning them into Instagram posts, and if you want to share tweets the latter way, you will still have to use screenshots. However, the ability to share tweets via direct messages remains the same.
However, customers will not be able to share secure tweets using this new feature.
It is not yet known when this feature will be available on Instagram for Android. For now, Android users can only share tweets as direct messages on Instagram.
The Instagram feature will allow Android users to share tweets as direct messages. In addition, the change will save customers time by eliminating the need to add a screenshot of the tweet.
“We would love to have you as a friend. Click the share icon in your tweet and select “Instagram Stories.” Once the Instagram app opens, you’ll be able to resize/position your Tweet sticker before posting,” the assistant tweeted.
Step 1: Install the Instagram app on your gadget and sign in to your account.
Step 2: Open the Twitter app on iOS. Tap on the share icon for public tweets.
Step 3: Tap on the Instagram icon.
Step 4: The Twitter app for iOS closes, and a brand-new version of your story opens in the Instagram app.
Step 5: The tweet you want to share will be uploaded to Instagram Stories as a removable, resizable sticker.
The tweet will be submitted to Instagram Tales as a removable and resizable sticker.
Note that you will not be able to share protected tweets with this new feature. Currently, Twitter does not allow Android users to share tweets with Instagram Tales. Instead, Android users can only share a hyperlinked tweet via Instagram DMs.
According to ANI, well-known reengineering guru Jane Manchun Wong also said that sharing a tweet in IG Tales does not open a tweet on Twitter in the form. So, if you need to open or edit that tweet, you still have to open the Twitter app and look for a way to do so.
Note that this sharing feature only allows you to share tweets on Instagram Tales, not Instagram, so if you need to share on your profile, a screenshot will still be appropriate. However, the replacement does give the benefit of sharing tweets on Instagram tales. In addition, according to ANI, customers will reduce the clutter in photo galleries that come with various screenshots of tweets.