Instagram want you to remain online as long as possible, so, they’re telling you to spend more time on their platform — because they’ll be introducing a new “Live Now” section on IGTV, and users will now be able to go live for four hours. With this move, Instagram want more people to remain, and that seem cool for streamers.
As Instagram continues to improve its video experience on their platform — after the release of “Reel” they are adding few changes that will make steamer stream for more than one hour, and streamer will be able to get back the video after 30 days of broadcast. So, streamer are no longer limited to the 60-minute live broadcast, because from now, it on-and-on, but for fours hours max.
And this addition isn’t just available for just one, or influencer but for all, so, you don’t have to worry about any thing except if you’ve previously violated their policy, but if you’ve not, you’re good to go.
One of the few changes, or addition made today was how live stream videos can also be gotten back, and replay just like stories. If you live stream a video you’ll be able to see it on your private achieve for up to 30 days — you can download the content from the achieve and enable you published elsewhere.
So, if you’ve been using Facebook, you must have seen a “Live Now” section, where live video will be playing and you’ll be able to watch, now Instagram is getting this section on IGTV where you can find live video that is currently going at the moment.