Since Instagram Stories was first released, it has become wildly popular with businesses and individuals alike. Many users go straight to Instagram Stories before even scrolling through the images! Bloggers and companies are using Stories to promote campaigns, sell products, share behind-the-scenes content, and so much more. It's such an effective way to connect with your audience and let them see "real time" rather than the overly perfected images on your grid. Because Instagram Stories is so highly utilized, we decided to create a new feature on PLANOLY that will help you organize and plan out your Stories in an easy and efficient way. Now introducing... Stories Drafts! This fabulous new feature allows you to add Stories to various Drafts folders, so you can organize and plan your Instagram Stories with ease. Read on to find out how to use it!
Pro Tip: You can add an entire Draft folder, OR you can add individual media within any Draft folder to your Stories planner.
Pro Tip:When planning out your Instagram Stories, add a link and paste it into the link feature on Stories. In order to do this, simply highlight and cut your link out, and then tap the link icon at the top of the screen to paste your product affiliate link! This allows your followers to 'swipe up' and be directed to your link.Create various Stories Drafts folders and label them accordingly to help you stay organized and have a visual plan. Read on for a few examples of how you can utilize this exciting new feature!
Pro Tip: Rename your Drafts Albums at any time by opening the desired Drafts Albums, and tapping on the title. From there, you can rename it, and tap Change Name. It's now easy to plan and store your Instagram Stories within PLANOLY without worrying about them getting all jumbled up on our Instagram Stories planning view. We hope you love this new feature! Don't hesitate to DM us with questions or suggestions. Let us know how you're using the new Stories Drafts Feature for your own planning needs - we'd love to share them with our followers on Instagram Stories. Update 11/14: The FTC recently released a disclosure statement for working with social media influencers. You can review the full document here.