As part of the Lunar New Year celebrations ushering in the Year of the Ox, Instagram has rolled out a number of limited-time features.
Chinese New Year, also called the Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year, is celebrated all over the world on the first day of spring (typically February 20 this year).
Today, February 12th is the day everyone is using social media to celebrate the holiday.
In honor of the Lunar New Year, Instagram has released a number of special tools, including a special “Year of the Ox” Story.
And yet, what is it, exactly? All the information you require is listed below.
How Do You Translate “Year Of The Ox” on Instagram?
A new ‘Year of the Ox’ story bubble greeted you as you logged into Instagram this morning.
Instagram’s “Year of the Ox” bubble is an attempt to create a global shared story in honor of the Chinese Lunar New Year, in case you were wondering what it meant.
Since 2021 is the Year of the Ox in the Chinese Zodiac, Instagram’s new feature is a simple compilation of people’s festivities from all across the world.
If you put one of Instagram’s new Chinese New Year stickers on your photo or video, it will automatically be added to the group’s ‘Year of the Ox’ story.
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How to Use the Chinese New Year Stickers on Instagram
- Start Instagram and select “your story” from the menu at the upper left of the screen.
- Make a video or picture and post it.
- Icons for various functions are located in the upper right corner of the display. The third one, a smiley face inside a square, should be pressed.
- You’ll find three Chinese New Year stickers at the screen’s top.
- Simply selecting one will add it to your Story.
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When will Instagram remove the Chinese New Year highlights?
The Chinese New Year-themed additions on Instagram will be available until February 17th.
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