Instagram today announced two new highlights that enhance the prevalent stories.
The most important new component is a story archive. As it sounds, the chronicle gives you the chance to spare your past stories after the 24-hour lapse date. This was one of the highlights that were discovered by our own Matt Navarra among other beta highlights.
No one but you can see your file, and you can kill the element if your story vanishes, of course. To get to the document, tap the check mark in the upper right corner of the application.
The other real update is story highlights that showcase your favorite Chronicles stories in your profile. You can see your features in individual story roles that appear as circles in your profile.
For example, at the chance that you need to share a progression of stories from a current get-away, you would spare them for your profile under the name “Ocean Trip” or something like that. At this point, when someone visits your profile, they consider it a story under that name.
Each update adds new interest to story content – not only that it incorporates your stories, but also gives you an additional way to enhance your profile. I think there should be an approach to coordinating them in your basic presentation, but that’s because of the part of me that appreciates the efficient network.