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Wish With Light On Diwali, Even On Instagram

- Updated: 24th Oct 2022, 13:15 IST
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    How To Use Stickers On Instagram?

Diwali the festival of light is here. The festival in the physical world is known to be celebrated very energetically. But the virtual world does not stand too apart. Even it is lighted with Diwali wishes. The stickers have raised their use this Diwali. They have helped people wish each other virtually in the light of Diwali. Social media platforms, including Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram, let users use stickers. It helps to bond on virtual platforms. Instagram Diwali stickers are a new wish.

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The users can share various theme-based preloaded stickers with their friends using apps. They are owned by Meta. It includes the popular photo-sharing service Instagram.

Now we are sharing the steps to send Diwali stickers on the multimedia platform Instagram. This year, Instagram has released a bunch of new stickers in its sticker section. You can even send them by taking these small steps.

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How To Use Stickers On Instagram?

Instagram Diwali Stickers
Instagram Diwali Stickers

Follow these steps to use stickers in your wishes to your loved ones.

  1. Open the Instagram app on your phone.
  2. Then, click the DM button in the upper right corner to get the Direct Message section.
  3.  After that, select the contact with which you want to share Diwali stickers.
  4.  Next, click the sticker icon near the bottom of the chat.
  5. Use this section to look for Diwali stickers.
  6. Lastly, just select the sticker you want to send and press the send button.

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This introduction of Diwali stickers is a component of the worldwide initiative started by Instagram. It is famous through the hashtag ShareyourLight. This was made by Neethi, an illustrator, muralist, and pattern designer from Bangalore. She designed it to celebrate the festival of lights and the triumph of good over evil.