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Choose your favorite Instagram Stories from your Archive to create Stories Highlights
07 December 2017, 01:57 | Colleen Roy
How To Use Instagram Story Highlights So You Can Make Sure Everyone Sees Your Fave StoriesInstagram
You can have as many highlights as you want and give them individual names. In your profile settings you can disable archiving your Stories at any time.
Stories Archive gives you a chance to add your stories to the Archive include.
Ahead, we walk through exactly how to use each of these two brilliant new functions - so you won't ever again have to wish you saved your Stories from the night before. Oh and these play out like a story when people tap on them. These new features are called as Stories Highlights and Stories Archive. The Highlights can be created by tapping on the "New" circle on the far left, then selecting your archived stories, giving it a cover photo and finally renaming it appropriately. Instagram Stories is more popular than all of Snapchat. Starting today, any Stories that expire will now be automatically stored in the user's archive for later viewing. The "Stories Archive" page is where you'll see all your past stories. People can group stories they've previously shared into highlights and feature them on their profile. From that point, you can go without much of a stretch switch between your Posts Archive and the new Stories Archive. To edit or remove a highlight, users will have to tap and hold that highlight on your profile. Stories Highlights will let you exhibit the different angles of yourself. They will appear above the photo grid as a horizontal scroll bar. This lets users revisit and reuse their old video clips.
Today's updates are available as part of Instagram version 25 on iOS and Android.
Now, if you search for a hashtag on Instagram that's "associated with harmful behavior to animals or the environment", such as #koalaselfie, you'll see a warning. Instagram is now rolling out a Stories Archive that will automatically save your stories to your archive when they expire.
Of course, if you don't want to save those moments, you can opt out, according to Instagram.
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