Instagram has added a new sticker called "Time to thank", aimed at the applause that in Spain and other countries is dedicated to professionals who fight against the coronavirus. It is not very different from the current "He alth Applause", but it covers more people.
"Time to thank" is available together with the rest of the stickers ("stickers" in Spanish) of the Instagram Stories, and after placing it we can click on it to modify it, since it has aversion that only says "Thank you" and another with the hands clapping , but without any text.
A few days ago Instagram added the "He alth Applause" sticker, widely used when at 8:00 p.m. citizens go to the balconies to cheer on doctors and nurses, which with the new version of "Time to thank" gains versatility.
And the fact is that many other professions are key in the midst of the coronavirus crisis: supermarket employees, carriers, delivery men, farmers, police officers, civil and military guards… In this way, all of them can feel included in the tributes from Instagram.
These are the text versions of the newly released sticker:
The last variant simply shows the clapping hands icon, with a small heart that symbolizes the sound they make:
Unlike the "At home" sticker on Instagram, in this case the Stories that use it are not shown together, perhaps because users have not been convinced by that format.
Although using "Time to Thank You" is simply a symbolic gesture, it always encourages those who are fighting COVID-19, as well that the distraction provided by social networks can make quarantine more bearable.
In fact, recently we have been able to make a video call on Instagram to see posts with our friends, a very interesting idea, as it will give us conversation topics to spend the long hours of confinement.
If we are going to upload a Story during the he alth applause, with "Time to thank" we will be able to honor more professionals on Instagram, something important to keep your spirits up in these difficult days.
What do you think of "Thank You Time"? Are you going to put it in your Instagram Stories that you record at 8:00 p.m. every day?