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How to tag an Instagram photo with a brand name

For the longest time I couldn’t figure out how people managed to tag their Instagram photos with a brand name so that you could just click on the photo and the names would pop up to show you what they’re wearing like this:

how-to-tag-an-instagram-photo-or-shot-with-brand-names

I mean, I am slow, but I am not THAT slow.

Then I realized that there was no specific “brand tag” there was a “tag a person” tag.

But how do I do that!?

YOU CAN ONLY DO THIS IN YOUR INSTAGRAM MOBILE APP!

You cannot do this on your main Instagram page using a web browser unfortunately.

IF YOU ARE POSTING A NEW IMAGE

You can do it just before you post it, and click on TAG PEOPLE

https://instagram.com/saverspender/

IF YOU WANT TO EDIT AN EXISTING INSTAGRAM IMAGE

STEP 1: GO TO YOUR MAIN PAGE IN THE APP

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STEP 2: CLICK ON THE IMAGE YOU WANT TO TAG WITH BRAND NAMES (OR NAMES IN GENERAL) THEN CLICK ON EDIT

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https://instagram.com/saverspender/

STEP 3: ONCE IN EDIT MODE; CLICK ON THE IMAGE THEN ON THE LITTLE PERSON ICON IN THE BOTTOM RIGHT HAND CORNER

https://instagram.com/saverspender/


STEP 4: TAP ON THE PHOTO ONCE THEN SEARCH FOR THE INSTAGRAM NAME YOU WANT TO USE AS A TAG IN THE PHOTO

https://instagram.com/saverspender/

https://instagram.com/saverspender/

STEP 5: CLICK DONE TO SAVE & CONFIRM

https://instagram.com/saverspender/

And you’re done!

 

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  1. Ana Catarina Pires

    Thanks! This was very helpful

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