What is Instagram Reels and how to use it?
Reels is a new Instagram feature to compete directly with TikTok, which allows you to generate short video content. Here's how to use Reels Instagram.
TikTok is a large social network that started many years ago and has appeared in the news several times in recent weeks. India and the United States claim that the TikTok developer has close ties to the Chinese government and that the data that TikTok collects may be used for espionage purposes. India blocked Tikotak along with dozens of other applications. The United States sought to do the same until a new Reuters report said Tiktok officials had agreed to sell their business in the United States. Microsoft has also officially confirmed that it has entered into negotiations with TikTok.Instagram recently hosted a new feature called Instagram Reels that allows users to record, edit and publish short videos so other people can enter the app feed and find content. Videos posted on Reels will take a maximum of 15 seconds and can be used for a variety of tasks, including adding a visual effect to them. The user can put special filters on the video or combine it with music. What we have said may at first remind you of the story section, however, there are some important differences between Reels and storytelling. In addition, each has its capabilities that may make you prefer one over the other.
Videos posted on Reels will take a maximum of 15 seconds and can be used for a variety of tasks, including adding a visual effect to them. The user can put special filters on the video or combine it with music. What we have said may at first remind you of the story section, however, there are some important differences between Reels and storytelling. In addition, each has its capabilities that may make you prefer one over the other.
The Reels service offers a greater variety of content editing tools than storytelling, including augmented reality (AR) effects and a special tool for speeding up or slowing down video and audio playback. The user can also put several clips together in Reels.
Content generated in Reels can be sent to the Instagram Explore feed (as long as your account is public); This will increase the potential for your short video to be seen, and even those who do not follow your account will have a chance to see the video. Adding Reels content to the Explore feed can have a significant effect on increasing the number of followers. If you use proprietary audio content in your video, that content will be attributed to you personally and users will be able to use it in Reels videos.
There are unreasonable similarities between Reels and TikTok. Reels can be considered a ticket that has been integrated with Instagram. Of course, keep in mind that TikTok has some additional features; For example, in TikTok, unlike Instagram Reels, you can upload duplex videos or audio directly. It is not long before the story begins; A feature that has unparalleled similarities to Snapshot. Instagram generally seems interested in adding similar capabilities to what competitors offer. In the following, we will examine how to use Reels.
Learn how to use Instagram Reels
The content you create on Instagram Reels is known as "Reel". To build a Reel, open the Instagram camera, just as you would with a story. In the bottom bar, find the Reels option and enter it. After entering the Reels section, you will see that on the side edge of the screen, video content editing options are provided. Use the record button to create your clip or set of clips, and when you're ready to release, tap the arrow icon (there is a progress bar at the bottom of the screen that lets you know how long it takes to get to 15 seconds). Consumed by Reels).
After completing these steps, you will be able to write text below the generated content, select a cover image for it, add a hashtag to it, and finally make your video publicly available. We reiterate that your account must be public to add your Reels to the Explore page.
Like content posted on IGTV, the videos you create in the Reel section go into a separate tab on your profile page. Another option available to users of public and private accounts is that they can also publish Reels on the main feed. Users can also send Reels via private message (Direct) and can even publish them in the Stories section. If you enter Reels into the story, they will disappear after 24 hours.
If you want to see user-created content in the Reels section, tap the search icon on Instagram. On the new page, you will see that the Reels content is at the top. That way all you have to do is tap on the content and watch the different clips. On this page, it is possible to follow users, like content, and leave a comment.
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