Insta users can now post a story and not worry about having to download it if they want to view it after the 24-hour mark.
"Stories Highlights appear in a new section on your profile below your bio". Instagram will add your expired stories to the feature; but with option for users to opt out at any time they so desire to.
It's that sentiment that has driven the biggest Instagram profile update since 2013: as of December 5, users will be able to keep their Stories forever using the new Archive function - and display the ones they're oh so proud of in a brand-new section at the top of each user's profile called Highlights.
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Instagram continues to build upon Stories, adding new elements that make it worth using.
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By tapping the new icon, users can access both archived Stories and posts.
While Instagram wasn't the first social network to introduce Stories to the world, it has definitely doubled down on the feature, and Stories has quickly become one of the most popular parts of the service. With the new capabilities, Instagram users will be able to more easily keep and continue to display their older Stories.
While it may seem a little weird to have two new features centered around making stories last longer, that's exactly what Archive and Highlights do. Starting today, any Stories that expire will now be automatically stored in the user's archive for later viewing. The Highlighted stories feature will offer them another way to personalize their pages.
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Instagram is working on several other new features, and reportedly inviting people to test the beta version of its Android and iOS apps. You can add up to 100 photos or videos to a single highlight and there's no limit to how many highlights you can post. You'll find Stories Highlights on your profile below the biography. To edit or delete a highlight, press and hold its icon. You can now make a "highlights" package showing your favorite Stories grouped together, and allow others to see it. For those that don't want the auto-archive feature, you will be able to turn it off.
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