Latest Instagram TRICK! Seamless Multi-Post Tutorial

Are you looking to up your Instagram game and impress your followers with some amazing content? Look no further, because in this blog we will be sharing the latest Instagram trick – the seamless multi-post tutorial! With this trick, you can create a cohesive and visually appealing feed by posting multiple photos in one seamless swipeable post. Say goodbye to cluttered feeds and hello to a stunning layout that will have your followers hitting that like button in no time. Get ready to wow your audience with our step-by-step tutorial on how to master this Instagram trick and take your social media game to the next level.

Latest Instagram TRICK! Seamless Multi-Post Tutorial

What’s up everyone today we’re going to show you the latest trick on Instagram. It’s a really cool way to display your photos and we recently did this ourselves on our Instagram accounts. A lot of people wanted us to tell how we did it, so today we’re going to show you exactly how. First, we want to thank Skillshare for sponsoring this video. Skillshare is an online learning community with over 17,000 classes covering photography, design, business, and a whole lot more. There are some great photographers like Chris Burkard and Tracie teaching photography, and there are hundreds of editing tutorials so you can hone your skills in Lightroom and Photoshop. I’ve been using Photoshop since I was fifteen, and there’s still so much about it that I don’t know, which is why something like Skillshare really comes in handy for me. The best part is Skillshare believes in keeping its learning platform accessible, so you can get an annual subscription with unlimited access for less than ten dollars a month. Since they’re sponsoring this video, the first 150 people to use our promo code will get two months free. Click the link in the description to check it out.

Decide on Your Aspect Ratio and Number of Images

The first thing you’ll want to do is decide what aspect ratio you want your photos to be and how many images you want to divide your main photo into. In this instance, we want to make this image into three vertical photos on Instagram. Since the aspect ratio for a vertical photo is 4:5 and we want three of them, we’ll start with a 12:5 crop. Click the crop overlay tool and for aspect, select enter custom and type in 12 by 5. Now crop the photo accordingly. Next, right-click the photo and select edit in Photoshop. In Photoshop, go to view new guide layout. Make sure you have columns checked and type in three. Ensure that the width and gutter are both zeroed out. Click and hold on the crop tool and choose the slice tool. Click slices from guides. Lastly, resize the image so each photo will be 1080 pixels in width. Three times 1080 is 3240, so go to image image size and type in 3240 for width.

Create Your Multi-Post

Go to file export save for web. Make the file a JPEG with the quality of 100 and click save. Where it says slices, make sure all slices are selected. Choose your save destination and file name and click save. In Instagram, select your first photo. Click the two arrows to expand your image to full size and click the multi-post option. Select your next photo and pinch with two fingers to zoom out. Do the same for the rest of your photos and then click Next. Tap on your photo to preview everything to make sure it’s working right. You may see a seam between some photos, but that should disappear once you post. Write a witty caption and click Share, and watch those tasty Instagram likes rolling in.

Horizontal Multiposts

For a horizontal multi-post, there are just a few key differences. Decide on your aspect ratio and number of images you want. If you want 2 by 3 photos, you need to make a 2 by 6 crop. Everything else stays the same, just change your guide layout number to 2 and resize your image to 2160.

Thanks for watching! We’d love to see you guys try this out when you make a seamless multi-post on Instagram. Use the tag Mango Street Tips, and we’ll check them out. Hit that like button and subscribe if you aren’t already. We’ll see you guys later!


What is the Latest Instagram TRICK! Seamless Multi-Post Tutorial?

The Latest Instagram TRICK! Seamless Multi-Post Tutorial is a method to seamlessly create multiple posts on Instagram without having to interrupt the flow of your feed.

How can I use this trick?

To use this trick, follow the step-by-step tutorial provided in the guide. It will walk you through the process of creating multiple posts that appear as one continuous image on your Instagram feed.

Can I use this trick on any device?

Yes, this trick can be used on any device that you use to access Instagram, whether it be a mobile device or a computer.

Is this trick allowed by Instagram’s terms of service?

As of now, this trick is not explicitly prohibited by Instagram’s terms of service. However, it’s always a good idea to stay updated on any changes to the platform’s policies.

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