Instagram Launched Stories Highlights and Stories Archive

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You can add it to your stories, share it as a post or add it to a highlight on your profile. And the other, Stories Archive, is meant to help you hang onto the Stories you really want to save.

Story Highlights lets you show all the sides of your personality, and you can make highlights out of anything you've shared to your story in the past.

"Stories Highlights appear in a new section on your profile below your bio". These new features are called as Stories Highlights and Stories Archive. Users can create as many highlights as they want to.

For more information about the new features, visit the Instagram Help Center.

Instagram has rolled out two new features that will allow your Stories to live on long past the 24-hour mark. Only you can see your archived stories, and you can turn off auto-archiving at any time in your profile settings. Just tap on a story to rewatch it or add it to a new story, share it in a post, or add it to a highlight (more on that below). "The archive is private and therefore only you can see it.", Instagram Said'. You can have as many highlights as you like, and edit or remove them anytime you wish to.

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By tapping the new icon, users can access both archived Stories and posts.

Yesterday, Instagram launched two new features which would change its famous Stories for the better.

The Stories feature is used by 300 million people each day, and while it has always been possible to save individual Stories the process is now fully automated. Instagram won't begin saving stories until that notification appears, and it will also offer a link to opt out.

The update shows how serious Instagram is about Stories. Instagram Stories Highlights and Stories Archives will be rolling out to iOS and Android users on Tuesday.

The Archive is private, so only the user can view their own stuff while it's in there. So like if you have some recent pictures of a event you attended, you would save them to your profile under "The wedding event".