How to make a creator account on Instagram, check out these simple steps

Instagram is a social media platform which engages the users with its amazing features, filters and amazing content. The photo and video sharing social networking service owned by Facebook. It is used by millions of users across the world to connect with friends and family by sharing media on private or public accounts.

Instagram allows users to turn their account into a private or a public account depending upon the purpose of the account.

After switching to a creator account, you can access features that make it easier to control your online presence, understand your growth and manage your messages.

If your personal account is private, then the account will become public to access all these features.

Here is a step by step guide to turn your your personal account into creator account:

Step 1: Go and open ‘Instagram’ application on your device.

Step 2: Go to your account and tap on the three lines at the top.

Step 3: Select the ‘settings icon’ to open the settings menu.

Step 4: Tap ‘account’.

Step 5: Tap ‘switch to professional account’, if you are migrating from a personal account.

Step 6: Then tap ‘creator’.

Step 7: Tap ‘switch to creator account’, if you are migrating from a business profile.

Step 8: Now, choose your category.

There you will find many category to go through and whichever you want to opt out, click on it.

Step 9: If you desire to, you can connect to your Facebook page

  • If you want to link to your account to your Facebook, select it from the list that appears.
  • If you do not want to link the Facebook page, select ‘skip’.

Step 10: Now, review your contact information. Any one form of contact information has to be given. You have got an option to display or hide this on your profile.

Step 11: You can choose your profile display options. Now, you may hide or display the contact details or category on the profile.

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