Instagram will now create a private archive for all of your stories

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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. In your Stories Archive, your stories will appear in a grid with the most recent stories at the bottom.

The stories feature was borrowed from Snapchat previous year. From there, you can easily switch between your Posts Archive and your new Stories Archive.

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That day-long deadline has been a central part of stories since they launched, with the idea that they would disappear quickly and encourage people not to overthink their posts.

Instagram says Highlights represent the biggest change to profiles in years.

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When the story archive is available to your account, you'll get a notification inside the app. Instagram won't begin saving your stories until that notification appears, and it offers a link to opt out if you choose. From there, you can add it to your story, share it as a post or add it to a highlight on your profile.

That helps with the new Highlights feature, meant to show off stories that might otherwise be missed. As a byproduct, they'll likely increase the amount of video on most people's profiles as well. Starting today, any Stories that expire will now be automatically stored in the user's archive for later viewing. Once the new Highlight is created, anyone that visits your profile will see it as a standalone story on your profile. Though the company (which could go months on end without significant app updates prior to Stories) has been spinning out new features for more than a year now, updates have barely touched profiles. Next, users will select any story they have in their Archive, select a cover for the new collection, and then give it a name. You'll be able to package old stories together in the archive, give them a name, and share them to your profile, where they will appear above your other posts. "This makes it easy for you to revisit your favorite moments later on or bring them back to life in a highlight", the company explained on its blog.

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