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How to View and Reshare Your Archived Instagram Stories
07 December 2017, 01:53 | Marta Robbins
How To Use Instagram Story Highlights So You Can Make Sure Everyone Sees Your Fave StoriesInstagram
These two highlights are a piece of Instagram's push to give clients a chance to spare their stories for later utilize and provide them with another stage to speak to their profiles. There's no limit to the number of highlights you can add. In this space, you can highlight Stories that you'd like others to have easy access to. For example, if you want to highlight all of the neighborhood dogs you love, you can keep videos of them right on your profile via Stories Highlights.
One of the biggest attractions of Instagram Stories has been the fact that the feature lets you capture any moment in time without making it a permanent thing. Users can create as many highlights as they want to.
Instagram has rolled out two new features that will allow your Stories to live on long past the 24-hour mark.
The other major update is Story Highlights, which lets you display your favorite archived Stories on your profile. To see yours, tap the archive icon on your profile, then tap on any story to watch it. They will appear above the photo grid as a horizontal scroll bar.
Thank goodness, because this is what Instagram Stories didn't have that Snapchat does.
Highlights can be edited or removed at any time; to do this, tap and hold the highlight you with to edit. The new features will be available in version 25 of Instagram for iOS and Android. Users will receive a notification when Stories Archives kicks in, letting them opt out of the feature.
With Stories Archive, the app will automatically save your Stories.
Many people use Instagram more so now to showcase themselves and their personality, artwork, day-to-day activities, and more, so it's no surprise that Instagram would like to catch up so we can hold onto those memories for more than just 24 hours. That meant it could feel like you were spamming friends if you wanted to share niche content, deterring content creation. So like if you have some recent pictures of a event you attended, you would save them to your profile under "The wedding event".
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