If you are an iOS user, you no longer have to hassle to take a screenshot of a tweet in your Twitter app, switch to Instagram, and separately upload it to your Instagram Stories. You can now do this directly with Twitter with the new option to share Instagram Stories.

This follows a similar function Introduced for Snapchat on iOS late last year– Basically, users of both apps can post a tweet as a sticker in a snap that also takes you back to the original tweet on Twitter.

Here is a quick step-by-step guide on how to share Tweets on your Instagram Stories:

First, find the tweet you want to post on your Stories and tap the Share icon below it.

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Next, tap the Instagram Stories icon in the pop-up menu, which will take you to Instagram and drop the screenshot of this tweet right into a draft story

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Finally, edit the story as usual – resize or move the screenshot, add text, insert music, etc. – then share or send it to its destination

Note that there are some limitations with this new feature. First, it doesn’t work with protected tweets that Twitter won’t let you share. Also, videos embedded in tweets will appear as static images once they are uploaded to Instagram. So this is simply an easier option for uploading screenshots to your Stories than browsing your phone’s photo album. After all, the screenshots won’t take you back to Twitter.

Unfortunately, like the Snapchat integration, Instagram Stories sharing isn’t available on Android – at least not yet. And if you don’t already see the option in your iOS app, then you probably need to update Twitter to the latest version of the app on your iPhone.