Instagram Stories Add Live Video Replays, Reaches 250M Daily Users

Last year, Instagram has added live video feature in its app. By using that feature, users can post live videos on Instagram stories. Now, Instagram Stories Add Live Video Replays that will allow users to share replays of their live videos with others for up to 24 hours.


Instagram Stories Add Live Video Replays, Reaches 250M Daily Users

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The update adds a “Share” selection at the bottom of the screen after your live video has ended. So you can add the replay to Instagram Stories for 24 hours. Alternatively, you can delete the live video by tapping the toggle, and then choosing “Discard”. When you watch your own video replay back, you will see the number of users who watched it live, and afterwards via replay.

If you have an Instagram friend who has shared a replay of their live video, you will see a play button under their profile photo in the Stories bar. You can tap that to watch the replay, and you will also see any comments and likes that were included as part of the original live video. Tapping the screen to the right of the replay will cause the video to go forward 15 seconds, while tapping on the left will cause it to go back by the same amount of time. If your friend has shared more than one video replay, you can jump between those clips by tapping on the arrows at the top.

Moreover, Instagram also announced that it now has 250 million daily active users for its Stories feature. No doubt, Instagram Stories show a rapid growth rate adding the latest 50 million users in two months. In April, it has 200 Million active users.

See Also: Instagram Reaches 700 Million Monthly Active Users

Source: Android Authority


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