Instagram embraced Snapchat-like stories first, which were then taken off on Facebook. Content mode went ahead of Stories on Instagram and that was again taken off on Facebook later. We obviously see the pattern. Now, after Instagram got the component to file stories, the same has now been made accessible for Facebook clients as well.
Essentially, if you utilize Facebook Stories, you will now observe the File choice on the upper right, simply over the line of stories. This component gives you a chance to share a story without really downloading it to your phone. In this way, on the off chance that you set up a story and you need it to stay with you for longer than 24 hours, you can document it. You can re-utilize it in the future if you need, or you could simply keep it for memory for whatever length of time that you like.
Your files can’t be seen by anybody except you. The organizer sets aside on Facebook and won’t consume up any room in your gadget. If there is any story you chronicle, which coincidentally, could be both video or picture, you will likewise have the alternative option to erase it on the off chance that you ever wish to.
Also, there is no restriction to what extent you can keep a picture file. Simply make sure to document a post before it terminates (24 hours). Facebook had reported this element back in May. Alongside it, the stage additionally reported voice posts in Facebook Stories, which will give you a chance to impart pictures to sound clasps put to finish everything. However, this element is pointed basically at Facebook Lite users.
Additionally, Facebook said it will discharge a component, which will enable clients to spare the photographs and recordings they catch for later on Facebook, rather than sparing it on the gadget. Similar to a feed draft on Instagram.
Below are the 4 steps on how to save a post from your stories archive to your device.
Stage 1: On your Facebook News channel, tap “Your Archive” in the upper right corner of the screen.
Stage 2: Tap on the post you wish to spare.
Stage 3: Tap the three specks in the upper right corner of the screen.
Stage 4: Tap “Spare [Post]” at the base of the screen to spare the post to your gadget.