Now Instagram is reportedly testing the ability to Regram other people's photos in the Stories you create.
Instagram is testing on an option of Regram that allows to post other accounts pictures to your Instagram story.
TechCrunch reports that the feature is now being tested on a small percentage of Instagram users, so there's a good chance you won't see the feature active in your app. Though users can still take a screenshot of the user's post in the Story section so they can share it as their own. So if your friend posts a cool pic of you and their account is private, you won't be able to share that post directly in your Story. The ones that have public accounts possibly would not want to have their posts shared in a similar manner and Instagram allows a way out. This is one of the latest updates Instagram is working on it's story feature.
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While it was rumoured that Instagram was testing a regram button for sharing feed posts, it may have been false or simply never introduced.
As pointed out by app developer Zachary Shakked on Twitter, when the post is added to your Story, you then have options for how you want it to appear. Instagram also recently introduced a new type mode that allows for text-only pages, and added support for GIFs, with endless options of moving stickers available, thanks to integration with GIPHY, reported The Verge.