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how to remove made with effect on post

If you want to remove the “Made with [Name of an App or Tool]” tag or effect from a post, it typically depends on the platform or app you are using. Below are steps for some common platforms:

1. Instagram:

  • If you’re using Instagram, and the post has a “Made with [App Name]” effect or tag, it’s usually added by the app that created the content. To remove it:
    • Open the post.
    • Tap the three dots (…) at the top right corner of the post.
    • Select “Edit.”
    • Find the effect or tag you want to remove and tap on it.
    • You can then change or delete the effecttag and save the changes.

2. Snapchat:

  • In Snapchat, if you’ve used a filter, sticker, or effect that includes a “Made with Snapchat” tag, you can usually remove it by following these steps:
    • Open the Snap with the tag.
    • Tap the sticker or filter.
    • Delete or replace the sticker or filter as desired.
    • Save or send the Snap with the changes.

3. TikTok:

  • If you’ve created a video on TikTok and used a “Made with TikTok” effect or watermark, you can usually remove it during the editing process before posting the video. Follow these steps:
    • Edit your video in the TikTok app.
    • Locate the effect or watermark on the video.
    • Delete or replace it using TikTok’s editing features.
    • Save the edited video and post it without the tag.

4. Facebook:

  • On Facebook, if you’ve added an effect or tag to a post and want to remove it, follow these steps:
    • Open the post for editing.
    • Click on the effect or tag.
    • Choose to either delete or replace it with something else.
    • Save the changes to the post.

Please note that the availability of these options may vary depending on the platform’s updates and features. If the post was created by someone else, you may not have control over removing these tags or effects unless you ask the original creator to do so.

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