Open the Instagram application, go to your profile page, and tap on the three horizontal lines in the top-right corner. The options menu will appear; just select Archive from the listed options. When the archive opens, it will by default show the Stories Archive, and you can see all your previously uploaded Stories.
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On the “Questions” feature, you can even re-share/answer past “expired” results. From the individual Story, click on the eyeball icon on the bottom left and you’ll see all the responses/questions sent in. You can choose to share them or respond individually even after the original Story has expired.
Open the story you shared with the question sticker and swipe up. From there, you’ll be able to see all responses you receive through your question sticker. All responses to your question sticker will also appear in your notifications feed.
Users -or followers, depending on your account’s privacy setting- can tap on it and re-watch it as many times as they wish. Sadly, there’s no way to see an Instagram story that expired and is not highlighted. Unless, of course, it’s your story. In this case, you can see it at your stories archive.
If the music sticker isn’t working for you, check to see if your app is up to date, or log out and back in. Switching from a Professional to a Personal account has also worked for some users to reactivate music on Instagram.
There are a few ways to add music to your Instagram posts. One way is to add a music sticker to your post. To do this, open the Instagram app and tap the plus sign (+) at the bottom of the screen. Then, select the Music sticker. You can search for a song by artist, title, or genre.
Another way to add music to your posts is by using a third-party app.
There are a few different apps that you can use to put music on your Instagram videos. One popular app is called Musical.ly, and it allows you to add music from your own library or from songs that are already popular on the app. You can also use other apps like Dubsmash or Splice to add music to your videos.
Simply slide the sticker outside the narrative frame to add music to an Instagram story without using a Music Sticker. The sticker will not appear in the story preview, but it will play once the tale is published. The song title and artist will remain visible at the top of the screen.