YouTube rolls out Stories to creators with over 10,000 subscribers

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The battle between YouTube and Instagram continues.

In a blog post, Google-owned YouTube announced on Thursday that it was expanding the rollout its Stories feature to all of the platform’s creators with over 10,000 subscribers.

YouTube’s Stories feature is very much like Stories over on Instagram and Snapchat. Creators who are eligible in the expanded rollout can use Stories to add text, filters, stickers, music, and more to their videos.

But, there are some major areas where YouTube Stories differ from the rest. One big difference is how long it takes for them to disappear. YouTube Stories remain watchable in the mobile app for seven days before disappearing. Stories on platforms like Snapchat and Instagram last only 24 hours after posting. Viewers can also leave comments on YouTube’s version of Stories and creators have the ability to respond. Read more…

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