As I’m sure you are aware, Instagram recently followed in snapchats footsteps by implementing a story feature. This feature essentially allows you to share multiple pictures or videos to your Followers or fans, which will ‘disappear’ after 24 hours. Most of the population were unsure on how to react towards the introduction of Instagram stories, with some users being excited to test it out and others showing signs of dissapointment in the blatant mimic. In this article, we will be sharing a few useful pieces of information surrounding the latest Instagram feature.
If you’re an Instagram user, you may have received notifications that someone you follow has gone “Live.” If you haven’t, hang tight — Instagram announced earlier this week that its new live video feature had begun rolling out on Monday, and will become available to all users globally in the next few weeks. But if you are already familiar with the new feature and even using it yourself, then you may have a few questions about who’s viewing your live broadcast videos. For example, you may be wondering: Can you limit who sees your Instagram Live video? You may not want everybody all up in your business, and that’s totally fair.