Instagram makes updates on 'Stories' feature easier and faster

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Now, Instagram adds support for sharing multiple photos and videos to Stories at once.

Secondly, users would now see an icon on the top right corner of the screen while uploading media files to a story. Rather having you type in your location each time you use it, the sticker will instead automatically recommend locations around the area you took the photo or video at.

Once your content is selected, you'll see them lined up at the bottom.

If you want to just put up a single photo or video, go ahead the usual way. When uploading photos at a later date, Stories will now suggest locations from near where the photo or video was captured. You can download your data by entering your account information.

Prior to the updates, users were only able to post one photo or video at a time on Instagram Stories and would have to repeat the process to post several media. Email address of the users would be needed where the data would be exported.

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Instagram Stories is the dominant force among the quick-sharing photo services. Great! More personal data shared with Instagram...

Facebook-owned Instagram introduced Instagram Stories back in August 2016, and since then, the company has added quite a lot of features to Stories, some of which are very much useful.

These changes should already be live for Android users but according to Instagram, iOS users will have to wait for the update which should be available in the coming weeks.

Instagram now lets users download all of their photos and videos. This new tool makes it easier to include a location sticker to an Instagram Story.