So you had a sale on your website, and you posted about it on Instagram. Then you did a little giveaway, and you posted about that too. After the giveaway, you posted about the winner, then you scrolled through your posts and noticed that three years ago you shared an image that had student handwriting in it (a violation of FERPA) and now you want to delete all four of those posts from your account to freshen things up and make sure your posts represent the message you're trying to communicate. Sound familiar?
Don't delete the posts! Instead, archive them! In Episode 4, I'm talking all about archiving old posts and what to do once a post has been archived.
In this episode, you'll learn:
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Sharing your own posts or other people's posts to your stories can be a great way to add content to your stories. You no longer have to screenshot someone else's post in order to share it - you can share an image of the post that is also a direct link to the post. This quick tutorial shows you how to do it.
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