How to use Instagram's Highlights to permanently show off your Stories

Instagram just added new ways to use its Stories feature

Instagram launches biggest change to profiles in years, adding new stories and archive features

Now, after a story disappears 24 hours after it's published, it will automatically be placed in a permanent home within the user's main profile page. One example of this from Instagram is a user can show off the start of their season playing soccer, adding new Stories to their Highlight along the way, all the way up to the end of the season so they can show off the most noteworthy moments from start to finish.

Ahead, we walk through exactly how to use each of these two brilliant new functions - so you won't ever again have to wish you saved your Stories from the night before. Next, users will select any story they have in their Archive, select a cover for the new collection, and then give it a name.

From now on, all your stories will automatically save to your Stories Archive when they expire.

And unlike the traditional Instagram Stories format, this particular Story remains on your profile until you remove it.

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The stories feature was borrowed from Snapchat previous year.

By tapping the new icon, users can access both archived Stories and posts.

The automatic Stories archive is yet another Snapchat feature that Instagram has copied.

The new update seeks to address those problems by allowing people to hold onto their stories once they are posted.

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While it may seem a little weird to have two new features centered around making stories last longer, that's exactly what Archive and Highlights do. In your Stories Archive, your stories will appear in a grid with the most recent stories at the bottom.

Save your Stories and use them later. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news. From there, you can add it to your story, share it as a post or add it to a highlight on your profile. You can now make a "highlights" package showing your favorite Stories grouped together, and allow others to see it. You'll find Stories Highlights on your profile below the biography. Note: Only you can see your archived stories.

If you want to remove just a certain photo in your highlight, choose Edit Highlight and scroll through the images. Instagram Stories Highlights and Stories Archives will be rolling out to iOS and Android users on Tuesday.

The Archive is private, so only the user can view their own stuff while it's in there.

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