Anyone who posts Instagram Stories regularly knows that stickers can add value to your content. We'll show you which new option the social platform is currently testing and how you can elegantly integrate the link sticker into your posts.
Although Instagram is currently pushing the short video format Reels enormously, the stories remain an important content pillar for the platform. Users share their everyday life, special occasions, or other content with their community. In addition, many Instagram users contact their followers with the new It's your turn! sticker or the tried-and-tested Questions sticker, for example. For example, the relationship between creator and community can be strengthened.
The design of the story plays an important role in many posts. And with the multiple options that Instagram offers users with the integration of different stickers, it's getting harder and harder to get question stickers, link stickers, and decorative stickers into a story post. Instagram knows this too and is now testing a new feature with which the individual stickers can be superimposed. This was discovered by social media expert Allessandro Paluzzi. He shared screenshots of the new feature on gramst.com :
Link Sticker: With this hack, you can beautify your Instagram story
Since Instagram made the link stickers available for all accounts, users have increasingly seen a white box with the beginning of a URL in Instagram Stories. And although many users have been waiting for the feature for a long time, it is less aesthetic than desired. For everyone who finds the simple integration of the URL too boring or ugly, we have a hack that you can use to hide the link sticker:
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