Start the process by opening Instagram Stories and clicking the camera in the screen’s top-left corner.
If no Instagram Stories are active, tap the plus sign on the profile icon.
Next, click the image icon in the screen’s bottom-left corner to open up a phone’s camera roll.
Now click Select Multiple from the screen’s top right corner, above the gallery of images.
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What else can Instagram Stories offer?
Add effects: Like Snapchat, users can add doodles, text, stickers, live face filters and geostickers to an Instagram Story.
Add music: The most recent update to Instagram is the ability to add songs directly to Instagram Stories.
Instagram owner Facebook has, for example, signed deals with many major record labels to secure various songs, with more being added each day.
See who is watching Instagram Story: When watching a own story, swipe up to see who is watched each photo and video.
Make an Instagram Story private: If an Instagram account is set to private, a story will only be visible to the user’s followers.
Users can also hide their entire story from anyone they do not want to see it, even if they are followers.
Post your story to a profile: Instagram Stories by default will not appear on users’ profile grid or in feed.
Users can, however, choose to feature a particular part of a story by posting it on their profile.