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How To Create Instagram Reels - 3 Ways!

teacher avatar Sílvia Pinho, Social Media Manager & Online Educator

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Intro

      2:16

    • 2.

      Talking Head

      3:29

    • 3.

      Talking Head: Step by Step

      8:25

    • 4.

      Using audio

      2:35

    • 5.

      Using Audio: Step by Step

      6:02

    • 6.

      Pre-Created

      5:00

    • 7.

      Pre-Created: Step by Step

      9:20

    • 8.

      Outro

      2:15

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In this class, we're going to be talking all about Instagram Reels.

Reels are one of the newest formats of Instagram content (at the time of recording - April 2021). Similar to TikTok, they're short vertical videos, with 15-30 seconds in length. So think short, bite-sized pieces of content.

This class will give you the 3 main ideas you can explore with Reels for you/your business - and I highly encourage you to try all three at least once, to see what you and your audience like best!

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1. Intro: Hey everyone, My name is Sophia and welcome to my Skillshare class. In today's class, I'm going to be talking all about Instagram Reels. If you don't know instagram Reels or actually one of Instagram's latest tool as the time of recording is April 2021. And they are at TikTok cool like type of content. They are short vertical size videos with 15 to 30 seconds and we can be found both on your profile, either on the feet if you share them to the feet or in their dedicated tab in your profile, or if you want to watch other people's videos, you can do so at the bottom of your screen in the real stub, much like that's a talk for your page. As a little disclaimer, I want to say that pretty recent tool and at the time of recording, once again, it's April 2021 and Instagram is heavily promoting reals. So if you're watching this anytime soon, please make it a point to add some real to your content calendar. And I'm going to be sharing on this class three ways that you can create reusable for you or for your brand, or even for a client. So stick around for that. But I just wanna say that as everything with social media, this can get outdated pretty fast. I British your Instagram isn't going to promote real so much after a couple months. So while these tips I'm giving you in this class will be relevant a year from now as long as real still exists, ie, I really encourage you to get on them as soon as possible because they are getting insane reach and it would be crazy not to take advantage of that right now. So if you're watching this in April, May, June, July, baby, please make it a point. Books some time on your calendar batch, some reals and post them out over the next few weeks. I highly encourage you to try at least one of each type that I'm sharing with you guys in this video, just see what you like best and what your audience reacts best to. And then after that, create more of what works for you and batch them so you can have punted to go out every single week. So without further ado, let's get onto the actual class because I know that soldier here for I know that's what you're getting here to do is to learn about real. So I'm going to shut up and tell you about the three main ways you can create content for reals. Let's do that. 2. Talking Head: Alright, so the first way you can create reels, and in my opinion, the most straightforward one is a talking head format. Now you ask me what's the talking head? It's pretty much what I'm doing right now in this class, but you would do it in a vertical formats to match the real structure. I'll actually put an example right here where I'm sharing the three steps to grow on Instagram so you guys can get an idea of what I'm talking about. Do you and abroad Instagram, I bet you do. First, you got to post frequently and sulci at least three times a week and on different topics. So think educational, promotional, personal, you know the drill. Then you gotta go in daily or and every time you post to engage with people in, get them in the door. Lastly, you need to show up on stories preferably they lead to build back no, like trust factor with your audience, do you do of diesel or AD let me know the carbons for talking had reals. I highly recommend you how some sort of stand to put your phone on, whether it is a tripod. I know they are now desktop tripods that you can use to put your phone in vertical mode and shoot reals or lives or anything like that. I have this little stem here that my dad made me out of cork stoppers. But you can even use your laptop. I usually prop my phone up on my laptop and you can adjust it so it's great for that. Whatever you can prop your phone on just so the image is not shaky and the EU has a better quality so people can focus on what you're actually saying and the content of the reals rather than the lower video quality, then your best friend within the reals out will be the timer feature because it you can position your phone or however you want. You can set the timer and then go back and being frame before it starts to record. Trust me, this is a game changer. Since reals are such a short form video format, I highly recommend you know exactly what you want to say. No, exactly the message you want to come across and even probably practice it beforehand. I like to points in a post-it note or even my laptop since I usually have my phone propped up there and you weigh and sometimes I even tie myself speaking before I actually recorded a real just so I know that when I go to record, the first Siam usually works much better. But you can totally just for quarter yourself, you would test, drown and then delete the footage and try again. Timing yourself is totally optional step. And in terms of content that you can talk about in your reals, you can share top three tips and anything in your industry like I did in that example, you can share top three apps that you use every day. You can share a story that you had in your business or in your personal life and you can list out your services. I've done reels, I'll put it right here as well if I can find it, how can you work with me? You ask, well, if you're a coach, he gets you work with me on my social media management packages. On the other hand, if your VIA social media manager or service provider, I have coaching programs available where I'll share my services and the offerings that I currently have. And I actually got some weeds reach out to me and my ideas from that video. So it's definitely worth it to try it a different cells of reals as well as different types of content in your reels to see what works best and what sticks to your audience any n, It's all about getting creative and seeing how you can fit this type of reals within your niche. 3. Talking Head: Step by Step: Alright, by popular demand, I'm recording this, add on to this class. I'm adding on three different lessons on the three different types of reals. So this first one is a walk-through of how you can create that talking head real format that I was just talking to you guys about. So as you can see, we're now on the homepage of Instagram is. So what you wanna do is you want to click on the bottom right corner where you can see your face or your profile picture. Then you want to go to the top right corner for that plus icon. And then you want to click on reals. So here I am. Hey guys. The first thing you wanna do here if you're trying to record a talking head format, I highly encourage you to go for the highest timing option that you have right now. So currently that is 60 seconds, but as we've seen before, it changes all the time. So you never know by the time you're watching this, what will be the highest amount. And the reason for that is you get always record a little less, which you can never record more than its IMU set herself. So as you can see, we have 15 seconds, we have 30 seconds and we have 60 seconds. So I'm going to leave it at that. And like I said in a previous lesson, and you want to utilize the timer features. So as you can see right here at the bottom, you can see the timer. And you can leave it like this and set the timer for the whole duration of the reals. Or I, like I said before, if you have a little script to follow, which I highly encourage you guys to have, even if just bullet points for you to talk about and a talking heads or macro reals, It's really give you something to work off of, right? You can pre-plan your reels and then by the time that you're recording, it saves you time. Like I said before, you can just wing it and go for it and start recording right away. Or you can time yourself saying each one the sentences. And then you can set the timer essentially for the time that it takes you to say a specific sentence. But for the sake of this video, Let's leave it for the whole 60 seconds and then I can show you how we can edit that later. Okay, so as you can see right here where you set the timer. All righty. So it's actually not like Tik Tok where you immediately, when you set the time rates charged counting down, you actually have to click this button right here at the bottom. Just start the timer so you have some little time to prepare. So let's hit record. And let's say this real is about three ways to grow your business on Instagram. That's probably the example that I gave before, but Let's just roll with it. So you click on this, you count, now, you put yourself in that position. And then three ways to grow on Instagram. And now obviously you want to stop recording, right? So as you can see at the end of this clip, I actually moved towards the phone in order to stop reporting what you wanna do in this case, if this happens to you when you either don't set a timer or you set a timer that was way too long, is you want to click on the scissors icon at the bottom and then drag the end of the video to where you stopped talking before you inch towards the phone. And then once you're happy with the results, you want to click on the trim button at the top. If for some reason you don't like the clip that you just recorded, you can simply go to that clip and click the trash can at the bottom and then just click this cart and rerecord. One thing I also want to mention is like you've seen in a previous lesson. I give you an example where I'm pointing up to the place where I'm about to put that Santa. You don't need two points to the exact place that you're going to put that Santa. But you definitely want to account for the fact that you're going to put steps in afterwards. So you definitely don't want to be like right here facing the camera because then it will leave, you know, rooms, you add texts without overlapping with your face in that kinda looks kind of bad. So maybe instead of recording right here, you can report right here a bit further away from your phone. So you can point in different directions or you can just have space to fill out with your unnecessary text. And that's also a reason why you want to use the timer because you don't want to be like hitting record like all the way from out here. So let's see, we want you record that first tip. So having an optimized profile, you want to come here to the timer again, you want to set it. And then you want to click on record. Ensure way. Haven't optimized profile. And then click Stop. And then once again, you want to trim the video to your liking and then rinse and repeat for any following clips. One thing I'll say is that reals do tend to be really fast. They sue definitely want to cut out any fluff or any dead space in your videos. So it moves quite fast. And once you're done, you come to preview. And then once you're done recording and trimming all your clips, you'll be able to see a preview of them, all right here on the screen so you can see if you like it or she want to go back at something. This is where we'll also be adding our texts. Texts is really important on reals. It both makes them more engaging and interactive. And it also makes sure that your audience can consumer reals if they're on mute. So you want to click on the Text button at the top right corner and then simply type in your text. I highly encourage you to use your brand colors here if possible, or similar colors. And also move it to a fitting place on the screen so it's not overcrowding your face or your body. Then you'll want to click at the bottom and then to edit the duration of your texts. So it only shows up when you're saying that sentence or something similar. And this tool right here, it pretty much works very similarly to the video cropping tool, but you're just cropping texts instead. So you'll just drag in the beginning and the end That's texts slot to match your video. And then once you're happy with the result, you just click on Done right there at the top. And you'll just rinse and repeat this process for every other texts slot that you have on your video. And then obviously once you're happy with the final result, you just click on Next. And then this is where you'll write a caption. So hey guys, that'll be my caption for today. Then you can pick a cover. So I would probably pick this 13 steps to grow an instrument. My face looks kind of crappy, but what can you do? And you also can add something from your camera roll. So for example, this right here on the top right corner is a thumbnail that I created for one of my IGTV. So you can create something with Canva and then upload it to Instagram. Or you can use just one of the slides from the video itself. So now I want to click on Done and something that's actually a newish feature at the time that I'm reporting this. As you can see right here at the middle, middle to bottom, you can see it says crop profile image. You want to click on that. And now you can see how it will look on your profile so you want to position it so it kinda makes sense on your profile. So you're not cropping any text out or anyone's head off, that kinda looks a little bad. So now when you read, you click on Done and you would click Share or Save As Draft. But for the sake of this one, I'm just going to delete it, but that's essentially how you record a talking head real. 4. Using audio: Now the second way you can use reels and possibly the most popular one is to use existing audios on the platform, whether it is music or audio from another creator and create something based on that. And no, you don't have to dance around our ellipse saying to make it work. And the example that I have to show you here, I'm actually showing you guys my services to the sound of one my favorite songs. Now roll the clip. So I use that enzyme. Now for this, I highly recommend you pick a song you really like and research it within the reals creator to use within your reals. Or spent some time scrolling through the reals tab down at the bottom of your screen. And when you find an audio that you really like and you have an idea for it, you can save it and then use it later on your reals. I love doing this when I'm just mindlessly scrolling through reals because sometimes I get an idea and I don't want to report it right away because probably I look like crap. So what I usually do is I save it for later. And then when I need to record reals because I like to batch record them, I can go in, you might say use. And hopefully you remember the idea that I had back in a day here you can once again give tips. You can share services, you can even share your routine to, to solve one of your favorite songs. You can share some behind the scenes and the sky is literally the limit. And I highly encourage you to consume other reals before you start creating your own because you might get some ideas that you wouldn't otherwise. Now please make sure you're not copying anyone's Creoles unless it's like a tau I were something like that. By consuming reels, you'll definitely get your creative juices flowing and you'll get some ideas that you can then batch for your own content. Once again, give tips. Shared services, share elements of apps that you like. Share behind the scenes of your business. Share your morning routine, your evening routine, the way you like to work a thing, the sky is literally the limit here. And I highly encourage you to, if you're feeling stuck with ideas, definitely go into real stat and scroll a bit around. It's sure to get your creative juices flowing and you'll have a better job. I'm going to go ahead and create some variables because you'll have some ideas. Just please make sure you're not copying anyone else. 5. Using Audio: Step by Step: All right, now, if you're looking to record a real with a popular piece of audio that maybe everyone's using right now. What you'll wanna do first is an, unless you have a specific piece of audio already in mind, you want to do some more research and this is the fun part in my opinion, this is where you'll get to scroll through a reels and college quote unquote work. So for now, let's head down here at the bottom to the middle icon, the Reels icon. This will essentially take you to a Tik Tok for real page look alike. You can just scroll endlessly anecdotal, keep populating with popular wheels. And then you can take inspiration from those reels and take that audio and recreated on your own way. So let's get on to the reals tab. You'll likely scroll here for a little bit, see a couple of reals that she alike and that could draw inspiration from. And then once you find one that she'd like to recreate or use the audio of. You'll want to click right there at the bottom where it shows which audio has been used. So now the chair and the original audio page, you can do one of two things. You can use the audio right away. So for that you would click this button right here at the bottom. So once you click it, it'll take you to the reals Creative tab and you can record it right away. Or what you can also do is you can save this audio for later. And for that you can see right here at the top below the audio name, you can click Save audio and it'll be saved to your library. So now once you've saved your audios, maybe you've saved a couple of them teams later. And if you're ready to hit Record, you'll want to come again to your profile, then top right corner to the plus icon, and then reels like we've done before. Hey, it's me again. Then you want to click up here at the top where it says audio. And you see there at the top where it says saved, you want to click on that. And it will be all your saved. The audios that you've saved in the past, you can see I have quite a few of them that I want to use in the future or that I've maybe used in the past, but maybe I'll use them again some time in a different way. So you can see this one that we just saved. You can click play to preview it, to listen to it again. Okay, so it's exactly this one that I want to record right now. So I'll just click on it like kind of in a metal. And now it's applied to my reels to use some slide, this bar at the bottom. Which one do you want to use is specifically important on if you're using a full song, you wanted to select the part of the sun that you want to show in your reals. But for the sake of this one, we're just going to use the whole thing. And now it tells you right here at the top that you can record four up to 11 seconds, which is the length of this audio file. All right, so once you've applied your audio, you can see right here that it shows the audio that you're using. You want to once again use your favorite best friend, the time or future. So once again, you can pre-select the time section that you want to use or you can use them a little thing. And that's what you want to set the timer, position yourself accordingly, and then hit record when you're ready. And it will auto play on track as your homework and everything like that. See, yeah, Right now you can see, well, we just reported and let's be honest, it looks kinda silly. But something that I wanted to mention here is that I know it's very popular on rails g dance and point to different parts of the screen. But if that's not you, and if you don't want to do that, you definitely don't have to. That's just very popular ways to make it more fun and interactive and engaging. But if you can find your very own creative way, that's still on-brand for you too, captured people's attention and keep that attention for as long as you can. Definitely try that. All right, so we just recorded that little clip. You can see down here at the bottom. And I actually recorded the whole thing. Obviously it was in for real, it was just a test round. But you can do it like we've done previously. You can record it and several different clips, or you can record it all over at the same time and then tweak it. Indiana, if you need to cut the beginning where dN or just leave it as it is. And then what you wanna do is you want to come here to the preview and add some texts like we've done before. So I'm just going to speed through that bark because we've seen it and the previous lesson. And then you can come here, right, the caption. You can select the Kafir. You can crop the profile picture are to profile image. And you can click post to your reels. 6. Pre-Created: Now the last idea that I have to share with you guys in this class is actually better for those of you who maybe camera shy or you may not have time to sit down and record an actual video. You don't have time to get ready and everything like that. Trust me, I understand you and believe it or not, back in the day, I was very camera shy and I didn't want to show up on camera whatsoever. And while I highly, highly encourage people to just get out there and get over that fear and store putting yourself out there. Because especially if you have a personal brand or your the face of your business, It's really important to show up on camera, in my opinion, it makes you relatable and makes people put a face to the name, to the brand. So definitely I encourage you to still get over it out for your, for your first reals if you're feeling too intimidated, this is a good option for you. You can actually do this one of two ways or even a mix of both. And I'm going to share with you guys some examples as I've done with the previous ones. But easiest one would actually be choose screen, record your phone screen and shared CMP or share process that you have, share your favorite apps. Once again, I actually have an example that I did for an S apps example where I shared my most used apps now week, so I'll roll the clip. If you have an Instagram business account, you get your DMs separated into two categories, primary and general. You want to use primary for anyone who's a lead that you want you engage with on a daily basis and general for the rest. And your primary, you want to flag any hot leads so you can give them special attention. And if someone then becomes a client, you want to move them to general, but keep them fag so you can still keep track of them. So that's really the simplest way. You just record your screen, you talk over it and both cereals. But if you want to take that up a notch, you can actually use Canvas and import your footage from the screen recording to Canva and put it in an ice frame inside a phone. Trust me, it looks pretty cool and people really complimented me and asked me how I actually did that. So actually roll the clip of the one that I did enough for a rep right here for my hashtag strategy, we actually use this both for my talents and my clients. And what we do is we have a half fake bank, which is in form of a spreadsheet where we keep all of the cumulated hashtags for that specific accounts that we've researched and found that work good with the variety of the posts that we post on that. Now the last example that I have for you in this pre-recorded category is actually one that I did using Canva once again and re-purposing one of my old YouTube videos. Now, for this particular example, I did have to show up on camera for that YouTube video, but then I actually got to repurpose that video. So it's not just on YouTube, it's now also on real, so it's serving two purposes and I only had to record it once. I'm actually a big advocate for re-purposing your content point ever possible, specially video content. Him to sit down and record a video engine just to use it once. So really if you have any recorded video, see if you can cut it out for reals, just like I did in this example, they are reaching out to you interested in working with you. And it seems too good to be true, or there are too many red flags for the pay is really good. Or they are just like in an industry that you're really looking forward to working with Joan. Joan, give them the time of day, don't even get on the call if you can avoid that because there are good clients out there and buy you wasting your time pursuing this client, you'll be missing out on all the other good one. If you wanted this and not show up on camera, you can use stock footage. You can record your own stock footage and do a voice over over it with this fallow for a recorded videos, literally the sky is the limit. And I really encourage you to go back, see what videos you have that you can cut to be under 30 seconds. I highly encourage you to try out Canvas. You can use it for free or you can get the paid version, but you can definitely create some reals with their free version. You get upload any images. You can upload your audio and video if you have them separated and you can mix them together, cut it down to size, make sure it fits within the size of reals, which is actually disorder the size within Canvas. I don't believe they have a real specific size, but you can use the story size and Canva that will fit your reals. Or you can simply upload any screen recordings straight from your phone to reals. I know at least we've iPhones. It's pretty simple to record your screen and talk over it. So give that a go, get your creative juices flowing and I'm sure you're going to come up with something amazing. 7. Pre-Created: Step by Step: All right, So in the previous lesson I showed you choose different ways that you can do rails without actually showing up on camera. One of them you actually plots list. You need to show up on camera once, but you can then repurpose that into reels. And that is to repurpose long-form video contents such as YouTube videos into your reels. And the other one, the one that you don't need to show up on camera for for all my camera shy people out there. It's the one where you record your screen on your phone it for a short little video tutorial on whatever it is that you want to teach your audience about. And then you can upload it to Canvas and make it look interesting and fun graphic. So let's start out with the repurposing YouTube video examples. So you can see right here I'm on the homepage of Canvas on my phone app. And it shows us right here at the center, what will you design? And it gives us the option of Instagram Reels video, which is awesome. But if you can find that option on your Canvas account, you can search right here at the top four real, and it should be able to pop up and you click them back, and then you go to a blank template. You can always play around with the existing templates that they have. But for the sake of this video, I'm going to show you with a blank template. And now what you wanna do is you want to go down here at the bottom where it says uploads. And you want to upload your video here. You can upload from your photo library or take a photo or video on the spot. I've, for the sake of this class, I've already uploaded my video. You can see down here at the SOP. And as you can also see, this video is horizontal so it doesn't fit in within the reals format. And it's also two minutes long. And at the moment of recording, reals limits are 60 seconds. So we'll need to edit this down a little bit. So the first thing you want to do is to click on the video. See how you want to click on the video to bring it up in your project. And then the first thing you wanna do is to drag it so it fills up your whole, entire screen. Oops. On the phone, it's quite complicated. Yeah, you can see now it's filling up the entire project. Something else you can do is you can double-tap to kinda make sure that you are in frame and centered. I'm happy with this, so I'm just going to click done. And now the other thing that we need to do is to trim the video to the length of a real. So as you can see down here at the bottom, we have this little scissors icon which says two minutes and eight seconds. We want to click on that C. And now what you can do here is bring in the sides of the video clip and trim it to the size that you want. I also have some loopers in this video that I don't want to show up in the final video. So I'm going to cut that off and then come back to you guys. All right, For the sake of this class, Let's pretend this is my final real that I want to post and surround. You can just go to the top right corner to that little icon. And you can save it as an mp4 and it should be downloading it to your phone. I was going to sit to your laptop. All right. We're done. We have the real saved onto our phones. And now let me actually show you the other real example, the one where you can record your screen and then show it in an interesting way. And then I'll show you really quickly how you can take these reels that you've created and uploaded to Instagram. Alright, so as you can see, we're back into homepage you now once you once again and go to the Instagram Reels video, it actually pick this top right option for a template, but I actually have a different sized phones, so I don't know if they have a template that would fit my phone it. But let's start from scratch like we did before. Alright, so for the sake of this one, we want to upload a screen recording that you've recorded with your phone. So once again, we go to upload, you go to videos, upload media, and you can just select the video that you want to upload. For the sake of this one, Let's use this really quick videos so it doesn't take forever to load. All right, Now, after you have your video upload it to Canvas, you want to go elements down here at the bottom and search for iPhone. I don't know if they have different styles of phones probably so just be sure, just search for that. And you want to search for one that fits the format of your screen recording. So my iPhone isn't one of those newer ones that have the notch up top. So let me search in graphics to see if I can find one that fits me and my needs. Alright, let's use this top-left one that you can see here on the screen. You can click on it. It pops up in your project and then you want to resize it so it fills up most of your screen or most of your project. And now you want to go back down here to the plus icon and upload or add your video to the project. Now what you wanna do is you want your re-size the video so it looks like it fits within the iPhone. There are a few frames that do this automatically where you can just drag a video in and it'll automatically fit. But I find that those are more for the new iPhones that I don't have. And if I use that for this one, it would look kind of silly. So let me just adjust it to feet fit my needs. Alright, so now that we have our screen recording inside the phone, we want to maybe change the background to one of your brand colors so it fits a little bit better with your feed. So how you can do that is you just tap the background. Any blank area will be fine. And then you come down here at the bottom where it says color. You click on that. And for me it auto populates with my colors because I have Canva pro and they're all saved in here, but you can simply just at any or Xcode for the sake of this video, I'm going to add one of my brand colors. All right, so once you're happy with the final result, you can just like we did before, you save it to your phone. Here at the top, you click Save as, save as mp4 and you hit download and it should save it to your phone. I'll rise. So now that you have the final version of your reels, download it onto your phone. We want to publish them to Instagram. So how you'll do that is just like we did for creating reals. You click in your profile picture down here at the bottom, then the plus icon at the top, and you click real. It should bring up the reals creator app. But what you want to focus on here is the bottom left corner where you can see the little camera roll preview. You want to click on that. And then you want to select which real or which video you want to post. So let me select that. You can start and grow your own. And then I just clicked on an ad and you click on Preview. Alright, now that we finalized the final, final version of our reels, we can click here in the cover to select which cover you would prefer to use for your reels. For me, I would select something like this maybe. And then you can actually click down here where it says Crop Profile image and make sure that your cover image looks good in the grid view of your Instagram profile. This one doesn't look that great, but let's leave it for the sake of this video. And then you can just write your caption, maybe follow for more Instagram tips, some hashtags as well. So let's do social media manager. And then you just hit Share or you hit Save As Draft and it'll be saved to your drafts so you can publish it later. So how you can actually access your drafts, you just come to your profile. The second icon to the left is the Reels icon. You just click on that and then you can see your address down here and the left you click on it, you click on the draft, and then you hit share. And yeah, that was pretty much it for this lesson. If you have any questions, feel free to leave those down in the comments and I'll be sure to answer those for you. And yeah, without further ado, let's get on to the outro. 8. Outro: That's it for this class. I hope it gave you some ideas to try. Now I'll go ahead and bash some real batching is really the ultimate way to have contempt ready you whenever you need it and to save time in creating your reel. Because trust me, it's so much quicker to record fibrils in a row then to record them all individually day after day. And honestly, that's the case with any type of content that you create for social media. So whenever you can try to bite your content and posts it out over time. Now my challenge for you guys today is to block at least one hour on your calendar this week, batch them reals, try out the three types of rules that I showed you guys in this video. See what you like best and then post it over time. And I encourage you to doubt in a class projects share your favorite reals that you've recorded and that batching process. And let us be the judges. I'll personally go into every single class project that's uploaded to this class. And I'll give you my honest feedback. I'll tell you what worked well, what you could improve on. So hopefully next backing session is even better. Any questions, any feedback or anything like that? Please leave them in the comments below and don't forget to rate this class if you enjoyed it. If you have any questions, make sure you leave them in the comments below so that I can be sure to answer those for you, as well as if you have any feedback or a class requests, make sure you leave those in there as well. And I mean sure to add them to my content calendar. Also, if you enjoyed this class, I would really appreciate it if you left me feedback on this glass down below as well, it really helps me out a lot. And if you want to learn more about Instagram or even about Upwork, I need classes on both of those topics. So make sure you go into the class description and check out my profile with my other classes. And also while you're there, make sure you're following me so you down they sat on my next class. The next class I'm posting will actually be about Instagram as well. It will be about Instagram for service providers. So make sure you're following me so you don't miss out on ban X1. And I'm going to let you guys go, make sure you go ahead and back some reals this week and share with me your favorite or your favorites in the class project below, I'll talk to you guys next class.