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20 March 2017, 09:27 | Justin Tyler
Instagram now lets you save livestreamed videos to your phone
Along with that the Live Storieswill disappear as soon as you end the broadcast.
Once saved, click Done, and your video will be forever enshrined in your camera roll, though it will no longer be visible on the Instagram app itself. With the proliferation of live video and stories into all Facebook properties, including WhatsApp, Messenger, and even the core Facebook app, the ephemeral functionality is meant to not only rip off more of Snapchat, but to appeal to users in different settings.
But if you've taken a live video you're especially proud of on Instagram, there's good news, as the photo-sharing site has introduced a new feature allowing users to save their live broadcasts.
With the introduction of live video, perhaps the idea was to highlight things and events not necessarily worth memorable, at least in the long term.
Instagramannounced the update, which has been rolled out worldwide today, in a blog on its website.
This update is now rolling out to iOS and Android users at the moment and will be coming to Windows users in the coming months.
To broadcast live, users simply need to swipe right from their feed to open the camera, and tap "Start Live Video". Note that you won't be able to save comments, likes, number of viewers, or any other interactions, but just being able to save in the first place is a major step forward.
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