How to Add Alt Text to Facebook and Instagram Posts

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Alternative (alt) text will allow you to share your photos with everyone regardless of their abilities. Do you remember to add alt text to your social media posts?

Blind tech enthusiast, Daniel Amezcua, has a passion for making digital content accessible to everything. In the video below, Daniel demonstrates how to add alt text to Facebook and Instagram photos. Including alt text on your social media posts will help give all of your viewers the same experience.

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