Buffer has launched Stories Creator, a free tool which ensures that your Instagram stories will always look on point and on brand.
If you have been creating Stories assets in heavy image editing software or on phone, you’re probably familiar with the fact that it can be a time-consuming process whereas the output may look less than perfect, respectively.
Buffer Stories Creator is a quick and lightweight way to create and download images for your Instagram Stories, which is totally free and part of Buffer’s broader creative suite which also includes Pablo, the beautiful image creator.
According to Brian Peters, Strategic Partnerships Manager, “using Stories Creator, you can create the foundation of your Stories with customizable text, graphics, and a background image or color. Then, when you’re ready to post your Story to Instagram, you can upload it to Instagram, add in any other Instagram features you’d like, and share.”
You can have a look around Stories Creator in the video below, start building your Stories assets now and there’s also a handy guide to help you.
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