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Facebook owned Instagram has confirmed that it will soon be adding Live Video in its already available Stories feature for its App on all platforms. The company has been testing the Live Video Feature for some time now and will be rolling out to users on All platforms soon.

The company says that once the recording is completed, the live story disappears from the app for you to share anything, anytime.┬áThe company says that a badge will be seen on the already available Stories feature on top of the Instagram Feed, which says “Live” while you are recording.


Of course, any user can record live by opening the camera and tapping the “Start Live Video” button. You’ll be able to record for up to an hour.

The company has also announced that users will be able to send disappearing photos and video to friends or people that follow you through the Direct Message feature.

The Live Video in Stories feature will be first rolling out to Android and iOS and later it will be released to Windows 10 users. However the Disappearing photos and videos features will begin rolling out globally starting today.

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