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What Is The Coffin Dance Filter On Instagram? How To Use The Coffin Dance Filter?

The 'coffin dance' Instagram filter has become very popular recently. Here are step-by-step instructions on how you can use the filter too & morph yourself.

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A video showing a purported 'coffin dance' had gone viral a while earlier, spurring memes which netizens just could not get enough of. Now, however, while the memes are fading away, a new twist has emerged, with the coffin dance making its way to Instagram filters and, and that is why the photo and video-sharing platform's stories are now full of people morphed into the 'coffin dance'. If you too have been seeing your friends using the filter and are wondering how to get one, then read on to know how to do it yourself - here is your guide to using the 'coffin dance' filter on Instagram

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What is 'coffin dance' filter?

The 'Coffin Dance' filter has become very popular on social media apps. In this filter, your face is morphed into the face of a group of persons who are holding a coffin and are doing a dance. Look at some of the 'coffin dance' filter videos below.

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How to get the 'Coffin Dance' filter on Instagram:

  1. Open your Instagram account, then from the search bar type in the name Paulostoker.
  2. Now you Tap the filter icon (shaped smile icon).
  3. Now search through the filter collection and choose the one that reads 'Coffin dance'.
  4. Tap the Coffin dance filter to try the Coffin dance filter,
  5. Now you tap Save effect, to save the Coffin dance filter, which is located next to the try button. Done.

Alternate way:

  1. Go to Instagram stories
  2. Go to 'Browse filters'
  3. Search for Coffindance filter
  4. You will see many variants of the Coffin Dance filter, click on the one by 'PauloStoker'
  5. You can try the filter on now.

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