Instagram Stories became official last year in August and closed over 300 million active users in a year. Just open the gallery, scroll through it and simply select the one you want to share.
The new support is joined by a timestamp sticker that automatically appears for the older content. Users have the option of deleting this sticker, but it is meant to provide context so that the viewer has an idea about when the image or video was recorded. Instagram will even let you add stickers that show the date when the photo or video was taken. As with all stickers, you can rotate, resize or remove the date sticker from your story before you share.
Previously, Instagram only allowed photos and videos to be uploaded to Stories, which were taken within 24 hours limit.
The update was rumored in September and is finally out for all users.
Stories (pictured) are created to be a "glimpse" of your day, meaning Instagram has previously banned users from using older photos. Now, with the latest update, users will be able to add anything from the camera roll and share it instantly with friends.
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