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Periscope provides facility to permanently store videos
Periscope going to be enable users to live streams, instead of only 24 hours, standing in store. The new feature is currently being tested with a public beta and is later available as an option within the app Periscope.
CEO Kayvon Beykpour let know that the permanent storage of video broadcasts is available by adding #save the title via a video periscope. In that case, keep the original limit of 24 hours ignored, and the video remains therefore available. The same applies to any comments posted on the video. Although videos not be removed, the user remains possible to remove them manually.
Later there institutions in the Periscope app that allows users to control how and when they want to save their broadcasts. This needs to be used for the time being #save has to do with the fact that the feature is being tested as a public beta. On the final implementation is still under construction, but once the final version is released, use of #save is no longer necessary.
It can permanently store videos is something users have often invited. Competitor Facebook offers a similar feature with Live, while it is already possible to permanently store videos. Periscope is itself part of Twitter.Viewing:-183
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