To Regram, open the photo or video. Click the three dots in the upper right corner, followed by Copy Link. Open the Repost app and choose the image to regram. Set your reposting settings, such as the color and placement of the credit, and then write your caption. Remember to tag the original account! ...
Here's how to go about it:
How to Manually Regram an Instagram Photo
Repost the post without clicking the share button. Tap the menu button (3-dots) in the top right corner of the article you wish to share. A side menu will appear, with a "Copy Link" option at the very bottom. Tap it to activate it. You'll be taken to the publishing platform where you can paste the link into a new post or comment.
Make it clear that you are directly quoting by utilizing your blog's blockquote tool, indenting and italicizing the material, or both. If you need to repost a whole piece from someone else, make sure you ask permission first. Don't just cite the source and link to it. That doesn't show much respect for the author/website.
As long as you're not plagiarizing the content - which would be going in without citation or quotation - there should be no problem with re-posting content. As long as you're not misrepresenting who said it or what was said before posting, you should be fine.
There are two types of quotations: exact and paraphrased. Exact quotations use the same words as the original statement and can be proven true or false based on whether the statement itself is correct. Paraphrased quotations contain their own interpretation of the quote and may or may not be accurate. For example, if I quoted George Washington as saying, "I cannot tell how this will end," that would be a paraphrase because we can never know how things will turn out.
It's important to note that simply linking to another website does not constitute as direct quotation. It is considered a reference, or third-party endorsement. Therefore, you should always give credit where it is due. Additionally, references must be cited in text not only at the time of publication but also in subsequent posts referencing that material.
To be honest, there is no way to undo a report on Instagram or any other network. When you report a photo or video on Instagram, the report is submitted and cannot be reversed. The best thing to do is try not to worry about it too much. If you have a record of the person who reported your content, then you can always find them on Facebook to let them know what happened.