Instagram Will Now Begin Archiving Your Stories and Let You Repost Them

Instagram Will Now Begin Archiving Your Stories and Let You Repost Them

The feature pins a carousel of Instagram Stories to the top of your profile, where they'll be viewable to anyone who can see your profile.

Called Stories Highlights, these collections of past Stories can be cobbled together from the Stories posts that Instagram will now automatically save to an account's private in-app archive of posts it has published; accounts can disable this auto-archiving feature. This could make Stories appeal to older demographics whose friends might not be so addicted to Instagram that they open to watch Stories every single day. Now you can more fully express your identity by grouping stories you've shared into highlights and featuring them on your profile. This works by letting you create a standalone story consisting of past photos and videos you uploaded to your main story. You scroll through them horizontally, as with stories in the feed. That Highlight will appear as a Stories-style bubble atop the profile and play like one big Story when tapped by one of your followers. At times, I've used Snapchat to post stories because I know they'll be saved, and I won't have to do not forget to download them within 24 hours. Stories Highlights will let you exhibit the different angles of yourself. This makes it easy for you to revisit your favorite moments later on or bring them back to life in a highlight.

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To check out your expired stories, tap the archive icon in the top-right corner of your profile. From there, you can easily switch between your Posts Archive and your new Stories Archive. They'll remain visible unless you delete them, and you can remove clips but not reorder them. After selecting the stories you want to package together, you pick a cover photo, give it a name, and post it to your profile. In your Stories Archive, your stories will appear in a grid with the most recent stories at the bottom. And if you don't want any trace of your old Stories available privately to you, you can opt out and turn off Stories Archive.

The company, although not completely abandoning the ephemeral content idea, is now adopting a Stories Archive - a section of the Instagram app that files away previous stories for your reminiscing.

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