Instagram Stories: Instagram is now expanding the ability for its users to upload longer stories. TechCrunch has tweeted confirming this. Before now, when you posted Stories that were less than 60 seconds long, it was split into multiple parts. But now it will not happen. The company started testing the change with select users late last year and has now rolled it out to all users around the world. From now on, if users post stories of less than 60 seconds, then they will not be divided into parts.
A Meta spokesperson told TechCrunch in an email that, we’re always working on ways to improve the Instagram Stories experience. Now, you’ll be able to play and create Stories for 60 seconds in a row, instead of cutting them into 15-second clips. Users will now be able to post uninterrupted Instagram Stories that won’t be broken. On the other hand, viewers won’t need to tap continuously to watch longer videos.
Now 15 minutes long videos will appear in Instagram Reels
As Instagram is moving towards video, it is increasing the time limit on its video products. In June, the company launched the feature to create Instagram reels up to 90 seconds long, up from the previous 60 seconds limit. Instagram recently rolled out a feature that allows new video posts of less than 15 minutes to be automatically shared to Instagram Reels. Describing Instagram’s priorities for 2022, Adam Mosseri, head of Instagram, said that the company is giving double attention to video.
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