Instagram now allows users to follow communities and interests by following hashtags. By following #APAUtah users will be better connected to posts by other planners, and once this use if more frequent we could even create other hashtags such as #urbandesignutah, #greatplacesutah, etc.
Following a hashtag is simple - follow the instruction below.
Tap any hashtag (example: #APAUtah) you see on Instagram.
1. Tap the Follow button at the top of the screen. Once you follow a hashtag, you'll see its photos and videos appear in places like stories, feed and in the Following section of your profile.
As we post photos relevant to other planners in Utah and use these hashtags we will better connect our digital community across our state.
Ryan Wallace AIA, AICP, LEED GA
MHTN Architects, Inc.
Direct: 801.326.3248 | http://www.mhtn.com
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