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Instagram Extended Live Stream To 4 Hours. Merges Facebook Messenger And Direct Message

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Instagram is taking several steps to make a life for creators on the platform easier during the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Tuesday, the company announced it has extended the time limit for live streams from 60 minutes to four hours. The change is global and applies to all Instagram users.

The reason behind the move, Instagram says, is helping creators — yoga instructors, musicians, artists, cooks, and the like — to do longer sessions with their audience without being interrupted every hour.

There are some caveats, though. This will only be available to accounts “in good standing,” with no history of IP or policy violations, Instagram says.

What were the few requests of people to upgrade the Instagram application?

Since the time pandemic, Covid 19 has spread its tentacles all over the world since then online social media has become the most active thing in everyone’s life.Instagram Live Video Time Limit Extended to 4 Hours, New Archive Option  Created for Livestreams | Technology News

From Instagram to Pinterest, everywhere the active users counting is increasing with a great amount. Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms but there were some issues. People wanted Instagram to have the facility of getting live for more than one hour and many such things. So let’s see what is the latest reports regarding this.

Instagram Launching New Features In Its Application.

Yes, you will be glad to know that Instagram has launched the new feature of extending the live videos of Instagram to more than one hour. This facility has been extended for up to four hours.

According to the latest reports, this facility is provided to all the musicians, cooks for telecasting the videos for more than one hour. Also, according to the reports, you can archive your live videos for up to 30 days which can be later uploaded on the IGTV Instagram handle. To get a better experience of communication Instagram has now merged the Facebook messenger and Normal Message in Instagram Application.

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So to enjoy such an experience, update your Instagram handle application as soon as possible. To get more updates, stay in touch with us.

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