To post “ops stories” on Instagram, first, open the app and log in to your account. Then, tap the plus sign in the top right corner to open the camera. Next, swipe up from the bottom of the screen and select “ops.” Finally, choose the photo or video you want to share and tap “Share.”
From the homepage, you need to swipe right to access the camera screen. To create a new post on Instagram, click on the “Aa” icon at the top of the screen. This will bring up the typing screen, where you can add text, stickers, and other content to your post. Select the Question sticker and type your own sticker message.
Post your story on Instagram by clicking on “Your Story” to get responses from viewers who will offer their opinion of you. Even if you see an ops story, you can click on it and enter your opinion about the topic or the person, then send it to the user to reply to it.
What Does the Ops Mean on Instagram?
“Ops on Instagram is an acronym. It stands for opinions or opinions on me. Generally, we get to see ops on many Instagram stories. It becomes too confusing for those who are not very much familiar with the terms and slang of the internet.”
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When people want to get opinions about themselves on Instagram, they often post “Ops” on their stories. By doing this, they’re encouraging their viewers to send their personal opinions to the user. It’s very similar to the “tbh” feature on Instagram.
Note: Ops Should Not Be Confused With The Term Opps
Oops! The word “ops” looks too similar to “oops.” “Oops” is an expression that’s used when something goes wrong, someone does anything that should not be done or is unexpected. Generally, we say “oops” when a mishap happens. But that’s different from “ops” which are posted on stories to ask people for their personal opinion about the user. Viewers when they see “ops” on stories, send honest opinions to the user who’s asking for it.
Even though “oops” can be used as an expression of surprise or apology, that’s not what “ops” actually means. So, don’t get confused when you see the term “ops” in stories—it doesn’t refer to a mistake or something unexpected.
How To Create Ops On Instagram?
Follow the below steps:
Open Instagram feed > Get into camera screen > “Aa”
From within the Instagram application, you can create ops stories. Ops are generally used in stores when the user wants to solicit the truth from the viewers. To create ops on Instagram, follow these steps: Swipe right from the home screen to get into the camera screen on the Instagram application. Then, use your correct credentials to log in to your account. After logging in, you’ll be taken to the homepage of your Instagram profile.
You’ll be able to see different options on the left side of the screen. Click on option AA to access Instagram’s Create feature.
Select the Question sticker
Once you press the Aa button, the typing screen on Instagram will appear. On the top of this screen, you will be able to see the sticker icon. Instagram frequently offers users different stickers for their stories.
In order to see the sticker screen, you need to click on the Sticker icon. On the sticker screen, there are many stickers to choose from. However, in order to post a Question sticker, you need to click on it. Ops stories with question stickers are popular on Instagram. They’re usually posted by teenagers, but they can be interesting and fun to see what others think about you.
Type your Sticker
After you click the “question sticker” on the sticker screen, it will be displayed on the typing page of Instagram. The sticker will have a “Ask me a question” header, and under that, there’s a typing box where viewers can type and send their questions, in this case, opinions to you.
You need to change the “Ask me a question” header by erasing the line and make your sticker by typing “Ops about me” or “Ops” etc. After you type “Ops on me” on the sticker, post this to your Instagram story so that viewers can type their opinion about you and send it to you.
Tap on “Your Story” to post a story
When you’re done creating the Ops sticker for the viewers, you need to click on the ”Your Story” option so to post this question sticker on your Instagram story. People can type their opinion about you on the sticker that you’ve added to your story and then send it to you. You’ll be able to see the opinions of the users in the ”Responses” section.
Type your Emotions about the person and their activity
After you click on the question sticker on an ops story, you’ll be able to share your thoughts or opinion on the said topic. If the user wants to know your opinion on some ongoing affair, you may answer it accordingly.
If the user asks your opinion about himself or herself, you need to answer it honestly and express your feelings towards him or her. However, on many ops stories, you won’t get the question sticker. In those cases, you’ll need to reply to the story by swiping up and typing your opinion in the Send message box. It would go to the user as a DM.
Send & Share your thought
When you see the question sticker on a story, you need to first type your opinion about the person or topic, and then send the message to the user by clicking on the Send button in the sticker.
Video on What Ops mean on Instagram:
OPs: “original poster” i.e. the person who started the thread:
Ops can also stand for the original posts or the original posters. If someone posts something on social media which goes viral or gets mass responses, that first post is the OP. Therefore, it can be used to refer to the original post or the person who has posted the original post.
OPS: in Gaming> it means Overpower:
The meaning of Ops changes depending on the situation. In gaming, Ops means overpowered. This is when some weapon, character, or skill in a game is too strong.
This article explains the meaning of “ops” on Instagram. “Ops” means “opinion on me” on Instagram. This expression may confuse people who are not familiar with internet terms or slang. However, “ops” can be used differently in different contexts too. You should never confuse “ops” as “oops” which is a term used to express sorry or surprise.
Hello, My name is Shari & I am a writer for the ‘Outlook AppIns’ blog. I’m a CSIT graduate & I’ve been working in the IT industry for 3 years.