Instagram is testing music for stories in Russia

Some users in Russia now have the opportunity to add music to their Instagram stories. True, not everything is so smooth – let’s figure out why. Also, to be the first to know about such updates, follow me on Instagram: @anatol_chupin, there I quickly publish new items in my stories.

In fact, this is one of the most long-awaited updates for Russian users, plus it means that Reels will soon appear in Russia.

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How to add music to Instagram stories: step by step instructions

To add a music score or favorite track to your Instagram story, follow our instructions.

Step 1… Start adding a story, go to Create mode and open the full menu.

Step 2… In the menu that opens, select “Audio”.

Step 3… The music selection page will open, divided into recommendations for you and a library. A selection of music by genre is available here. Select the track you want to add to your story.

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Choosing music on Instagram

Step 4… Select a fragment of the track – to do this, highlight the desired moment on the audio track. As a hint when you select, you will be shown the words in the song in the selected fragment.

How to highlight the desired fragment of a track for a story

Step 5… Record a video with music. When finished, select the location of the track title sticker and publish the story.

The difficulty now is that those who have received this update can publish stories with music. And for those who have not yet received this update, the inscription “Music is not available in your region” appears.

Previously, Instagram began testing private live streams, and also updated the rules for working with branded content.

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