Tech-savvy e-notification provider explains how to share ‘That Day’ archive posts on Instagram


Ask Dave Taylor, a YouTube channel dedicated to consumer electronics and electronics reviews, which also has a question-and-answer tutorial website offering online help and customer technical support, recently answered the question on how to access the “In This Day” archive publications on Instagram stories and share them. The question came from an Instagram user who noticed that another user was posting an “On this day” entry in their stories. The question is, how do you access the archive content of On This Day so that you can do the same.

To be able to create a story on Instagram, the user accesses the creator’s screen by swiping from left to right. The user then swipes along the icons near the bottom of the screen to find the stopwatch, which corresponds to “That day”. Instagram will choose an older post and offer it as the basis for a new story. At the top of the screen, Instagram provides a link that allows the user to view all old posts and choose from among them. After choosing one, the user can use the various tools provided at the top of the screen to make the On This Day post more interesting.

After making the desired changes to the post, the user can share it with their friends and followers by tapping the arrow at the bottom right. There are different options for sharing the story. It can be distributed widely so that it can also be shared on Facebook. The story can also be shared with a limited number of people, such as close friends only. Or the user can choose specific people only from their friends.

Those with tech questions can take a look at the various topics Dave Taylor has already answered on the Q&A tutorial website. Some of the most popular categories are: iPad and Android tablets; Advice on Windows PCs; Apple Watch and wearable devices; Mac OS X; Facebook questions; Basic knowledge of computers and the Internet; SEO tips and tricks; Linux; and cell phones, iPhones and Android.

In addition to the questions about accessing archive posts on Instagram, some of the latest questions answered by the Q&A tutorial site include: how to track edits, revisions, and changes in Google Docs; how to play backgammon on a Linux computer; edit Word documents in Google Docs; add a program to the Windows 10 Start menu; how to follow hashtags on LinkedIn; add or update a profile picture for Outlook; a review of the AT&T Netgear Nighthawk 5G Hotspot Pro; share a link to a PayPal invoice with a customer; whether it is useful to create a social intranet for a small business; advice on how to manage a supply chain well; how to install and use PowerShell on Windows 10; how to use a Facebook image as a wallpaper; how to schedule a Zoom meeting; access an Android phone file system from Ubuntu Linux; how to pair a Bluetooth keyboard with a Windows PC; and more.

Those looking for reviews of electronics and tech gadgets can check out the Ask Dave Taylor YouTube channel. Topics recently covered in the videos include: a demonstration and review of the ROCCAT Torch USB microphone; a review of the affordable Aglaia AG-T21 truly wireless headphones; a review of the Vizio SB3651 5.1 soundbar with Chromecast and Bluetooth; how to replace the battery of the remote control of the Toyota key fob; how to use the Nescafé Dolce Gusto coffee machine; Overview and review of external storage solutions for iPhone and iPad; Detailed review of the Casio Edifice EFSS 570DC-1A watch; Review of the closed helmet SIVGA SV021 “Robin”; Review of the Seenda 4-Device Rechargeable Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard; QUESTYLE M12 Mobile Hi-Fi headphone amplifier + DAC review; Mosonth 1080p FHD webcam demonstration and review; and more.

People who want to check out the various electronics reviews and related topics can visit the Ask Dave Taylor YouTube channel, or contact Dave Taylor by phone or email.


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