(Just one moment)

Know How to Access and Use the Instagram Clipboard

instagram marketingFamoid, a social media marketing services provider, draws attention to the Instagram Clipboard in this page: https://famoid.com/what-is-instagram-clipboard. Apparently, users find this tool confusing, not knowing that the tool can be accessed and used only through Instagram Stories.

Not many are even aware of a Clipboard as a useful art tool when needing to paste a copied text or image in another content or posts. While Google allows pasting directly from the browser to a document, Instagram does not give users the same capability. The reason is to avoid copyright issues that might involve the photo-sharing platform.

instagram marketingAfter all, Instagram usage is quite high especially in the US, to which having a Clipboard as a tool, can make sharing of images of people’s lives and their pets, can make copying and pasting anywhere a lot easier. That is basically what a clipboard does in most applications. Not in Instagram though because an IG user can access it for usage only through IG Stories; Here’s how to access and your device’s Clipboard when needing to paste a copied image on an Instagram post.

Desktop Computer
When about to copy from the web, tap and hold the web image so you can copy it on your desktop. The copied image will be stored in the Clipboard of the Gallery section.
To paste an image on an IG Story, go to Instagram and then tap to select the Gallery image you intend to paste on your IG Stories Post.

To paste the selected Gallery image, choose another Gallery image and then tap the Text icon on the upper right. Once the cursor gets into view, paste the copied image on the extra image selected.

Android/iOS Device
First off, choose the web image you want to share and copy by simultaneously clicking on Control and C, just as you normally do using any device. Generally, the device will indicate that the image or text has been added to the Clipboard.
Go to your Instagram account and then press the plus sign (+) to gain direct access to the Gallery section.
Pick any photo in your gallery and then click Next to continue. Select a filter and click Next again. Once you are already on the last stage, tap and hold the “Write a caption…” field. The keypad will appear and you will see an icon of a clipboard on the upper bar.
Tap the Clipboard icon, which will lead you to the image you copied, which you can now paste in the Instagram Stories.

Direct Private Messaging Between Music Idols and Fans

chat messaging serviceA chat messaging service that enables music artists to directly communicate to fans, by way of private text could pose as the epitome of User Experience (UX). A music icon can strengthen the bond that connects him or her to loyal followers who do not think twice in supporting artists who bring them much enjoyment through their songs.
After all, it’s a different experience altogether if fans have an app to use to directly communicate with their idol. It’s like being given a chance to express appreciation, concern or simply convey heartwarming messages that will keep their idols inspired. Musicians who are finally seeing progress in their endeavours are all the more kept busy with rehearsals, shows and public appearances. Ideally, it’s important for them to stay in touch with fans who truly appreciate the essence of their artistic inclinations.

Private Messaging App Between Idols and Fans : A South Korean Contribution

The concept of providing fans with a messaging app with which to communicate with artists is a concept of the South Korean music industry. The idea works on the principle of furnishing links to K-pop idols and their fans, for both local and global coverage.

private messagingThere are several direct messaging (DM) apps offering such service to be available in artist communities. The Weverse DM for example does not require every community member to install an application. Instead, Weverse DM provides the service to customers or fans who want to use the messaging tool in an artist community.
According to the CEO of Weverse, Choi Joon-won, the establishment of a global fandom platform has achieved overwhelming support across cities, regions and countries where there are millions of active users.

Is the Exchange of Private Messages Between K-Pop Stars and Fans for Real

The music companies managing the careers of prominent K-Pop stars admit that fans are only made to feel they are receiving private messages written for them by their idol. In reality. none of the K-Pop stars reply individually to every fan that sends a message
The goal of the UX design is to give fans the user experience of being able to chat directly with their favorite idols. Doing so strengthens fans’ emotional attachment to their favorite stars. Some fans even pay to experience the direct messaging interactions inside a private mobile chat room.