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Instagram launches special Ramadan stickers, know how to use them!

By Saima Siddiqui 
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Instagram launches special Ramadan stickers, know how to use them!

Lucknow: The photo sharing giant, Instagram has launched special stickers on the arrival of the holy month of Ramadan. There are three new stickers which are available on Instagram to be used from April 12 until May 11 for Ramadan. These new Ramadan stickers can be used in Instagram Stories to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan around the world.

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Tara Bedi, Public Policy and Community Outreach Manager, Instagram, Facebook India, made the official announcement on her Instagram handle. Instagram worked with Hala AlAbbasi, an illustrator from Bahrain, to create the three stickers for Ramadan. “Hala hopes that her stickers will be used throughout Ramadan to mark moments of celebration, from greetings to special ‘suhoors’ and ‘iftars’, all the way to celebrating Eid,” Bedi wrote in her post.

The three stickers illustrated by Hala feature the moon, ‘iftar’ dishes, and a colorful mosque. Instagram has also placed the stickers under ‘Featured’ so they appear on top in the sticker stray. The stickers will also be visible through a multi-author story on Instagram. So, if you have people you follow use any of the Ramadan stickers, they’ll appear together in a collated story in your feed.

Lear how to use Ramadan stickers:

Step 1: Open the camera on your Instagram app.

Step 2: Take a photo or video that you wish to put up as a story.

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Step 3: Tap on the sticker icon available on the top bar.

Step 4: The Ramadan stickers will be visible on top under ‘Featured’.

Finally, select any or all of the stickers and place them on your story.

And tada! you are all set to greet Happy Ramadan on your Insta feed.

Have a happy Ramadan ahead!

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