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Instagram now lets you save your live videos on your phone

20 March 2017, 09:37 | Marlene Myers

Instagram now lets you save your live videos on your phone

If you've taken a live video you're especially proud of on Instagram there's good news as the

While Instagram has allowed users to post live videos for a little while now, once the broadcast ended there was no way to re-watch any of the footage as it would disappear from the app.

The company just announced that broadcasters will have the option to save live videos to their phone after they are done streaming. The video will be saved to your phone's camera roll and you can then share it to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or anywhere else you'd like. This doesn't change the fact that live videos will disappear from the app itself when you're done. But on Monday, Instagram added a feature that lets you hold onto your live broadcast and rewatch it later on.

The video will no longer be available on the app.

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However, here is a big question are the user want this features as the video will not be seen on the app moreover the comments, likes, and live interactions will not be saved.

According to Instagram's blog, this is the first of many updates Instagram plans to make to their video features this year, so keep an eye out on this space for updates.

The new feature is available with Instagram 10.2 to both Android and iOS users. Once the broadcast is over, tap Save in the upper right corner. Moreover, the comments, likes, number of viewers or any live interactions on the video will not save.

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