Some people lost the Music sticker after they switched to a Business Account. And other people got the Music sticker back after switching back to a personal account. Only personal accounts have the music feature. Due to copyrights but also infringements and other agreements.
Did Instagram get rid of music?
Some people have reported the loss of Instagram Music story feature after switching their account to business. So, you can try giving it a try to switch your account to personal & enjoy Instagram Music feature again. To this to switch back: Go to Instagram Settings.
What happened to the music feature on Instagram?
If you don’t have the music sticker on Instagram, it may be because: You live in a country where the feature isn’t available. Music is enabled on the app in over 90 countries, but due to Instagram’s strict adherence to copyright law, it’s disabled in some countries. Your app is out of date.
Why is no music available on Instagram?
The reasons why Instagram Music is not available in your account is that either the song isn’t available in your country, or your country has not allowed Instagram Music. Its solution is on your phone only. You would have to use a different application for it and tap on a few settings.
Why can’t I add music to my Instagram Story 2020?
You may need to sign out of the app and force-quit, then open up Instagram and sign back in. If that still doesn’t bring you to the sweet, sweet Instagram music sticker in Stories, you can delete your Instagram app entirely, reinstall the app on your phone, and then sign in again.
Why did Instagram limit my music?
In some countries around the world, Instagram’s rules state that if you have a business account, you are unable to add music to your Instagram story due to copyright issues. So, if you want to use Instagram music, you’ll have to change your business profile.
Where can I find music on Instagram?
When you tap to add a sticker to a photo or video in Stories, you’ll now see a music icon. Tap on it to open a library of thousands of songs — you can search for a specific song, browse by mood, genre or what’s popular and tap the play button to hear a preview.