Instagram has made it possible for all users worldwide to download Reels from public accounts. The feature was first introduced in the United States in July and is now available to users worldwide.
Instagram, on the other hand, has given users the option to control who can download their reels via the app’s account privacy settings. However, if a creator has enabled reel download from their account, you can save the reels to your phone or tablet.
If you want to download reels from a public account, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide with step-by-step instructions in this article.
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Things to remember
To begin, the reels can only be downloaded from publicly accessible Instagram accounts.
Account settings enable or disable downloads for creators’ reels.
The watermark, username, and audio attribution are all included in the downloaded reels.
Downloads of reels are only for personal, not commercial, use.
For Instagram users under the age of 18, the download option is disabled by default.
How to Make the Reel Download Option Available on Instagram
Begin by shooting and editing a reel.
Press the “Next” button in the bottom right corner.
Press the “More options” button at the bottom.
Scroll down and click “Advanced Settings.”
Toggle the “Allow people to download your reels” setting on or off.
Choose whether to enable or disable downloading for all reels or just the one you’re uploading.
Tap the top-left arrow to return.
Finally, click the “Share” button at the bottom.
Downloading a reel from public accounts
Getting a reel from public accounts
In the Instagram app, go to the reel you want to download.
Tap the “Share” button and then the “Download” option.
The reel will be downloaded and saved to the camera roll of the device.
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