In the field of close competition with TickTock and Snapshot, Instagram social network reduces the various limitations of its application and increases its features day by day. Recently, Instagram started testing uploading videos to the story without cutting them for up to 60 seconds.
In the current case, if you upload a video longer than 15 seconds to the story, Instagram will automatically split it into 15-second chunks and display it as separate stories. Now this limit will change from 15 to 60 seconds soon, and in this case, if your videos are longer than 60 seconds, the application will reduce its duration to 60-second chunks in each story. This possibility was first reported by a user from Turkey.
This feature is currently being tested, and this social network will notify some users of new changes if enabled. In addition, Instagram is testing a new, redesigned interface for storytelling that makes it easier to cite other pages or add position to the story.
These changes are currently enabled for a limited number of users, and it is unclear when they will be available to the general public. However, we are witnessing major changes in the Instagram stories section since their introduction, and this platform is trying to appear at higher levels in competition with popular social networks such as TickTook and Snapshot.