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Do not worry if you have problems inviting partners to your Instagram account. This is a problem that a lot of people have been dealing with recently, and for good reason. The solution to this issue may be found in the following blog article. For a step-by-by-step guide, continue reading!
Try reinstalling and relaunching Instagram. Often, this is the solution. It may help to log out of your account and then log back in again. Alternatively, you may remove and reinstall the application.
Don’t give up if none of these suggestions work for you. Yet another option exists. Make sure that “Allow Others to Invite Me to Collaborate” is enabled in your profile settings. Try inviting your coworker again once you’ve done this. This should put an end to the situation!
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Describe your issue in any way you choose, or copy and paste from the image below if you’d like. Finally, click the Gallery icon and choose the screenshot we captured in the previous step. Tap the Submit button after that.
When looking for collaborators, why are certain accounts “greyed out”? One explanation is because users have disabled their tags, making it impossible to invite them to work on projects. The person cannot be invited as a collaborator yet, but I’ve also observed other accounts become greyed off.
Go to the sharing page after publishing your Reel or Feed post and hit “Tag People.” “Invite Collaborator” is now available in the bottom right corner. Select the individual you want to work with by searching for them and selecting them once you’ve tapped.
Instagram Collab allows you to include a coworker in your feed posts and Reel videos. No more than one additional author may be listed as a collaborator on a piece of material. Rather than posting twice, you’ll just have to do it once to share a post with both your own and the collaborators’ audiences.