How to Animate Text on Instagram Story
We have got an awesome IG tip which will change your game big time! Today we’re going to show you how to animate text on Instagram story.
We can’t wait to see what all of you geniuses out there creates from this. Let’s get to work!
How to Animate Text on Instagram Story: A Short Guide
1. Choose Any GIF on Your Instagram Story
Open your Instagram profile and choose/take a photo.
Choose a GIF which you think has a cool movement or beautiful colours.
2. Enlarge the GIF Until it Covers the Screen
Zoom in the GIF by pinching with your fingers.
When the gif covers the screen, save the photo and discard.
3. Upload the Saved Version
Upload the saved version on your Instagram story.
Press the Pen icon and change your background color.
Press the pen-icon.
Choose any colour you want to cover the Animation with. I chose black (Woops, I could definitely have been more creative than this guys!!)
Tap & Hold the chosen colour on the picture. The whole screen will get covered with the colour you chose.
4. Tap the Eraser Brush and Get Creative!
Tap the eraser brush and get creative. You will be able to use the GIFS to create animated texts on Instagram story. YASSS, basically the animation is in the background and we can choose what parts to show (how cool?!)
Now that you know how to animate text on Instagram Story, it’s time to get to work!
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Originally from Sweden, Asa left to spark up her career and lifestyle, plus further her love of Marketing with a special interest in Social Media, Branding and ROI.
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