Instagram adds a request button for friends to crash your live stream

Instagram adds a request button for friends to crash your live stream

Instagram adds a request button for friends to crash your live stream

Previously in summers Instagram tested the live streaming feature and by the end of October launched the feature for Instagram friends to live stream together.

When a friend or follower starts a live video, you will see "Live" under their profile photo in the Stories bar.

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Currently, Instagram only supports multi-user live-streaming between two friends, so someone you do not follow back can not request to be in your stream. In the comments section, you'll see a notification for each request.

Instagram will finally allow you the ability to join your friend when they go live, remotely. If accepted, the user who initiated the request gets a short window of time for preparing before the app slits the livestream into two.

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The new feature is part of Instagram v24, which you can update to via the Play Store or download manually from APKMirror.

As Instagram explains, the request icon will have two smiley faces and will also have a red number showing how many requests you have. You can then tap the View button to add your friend or cancel the request. "You can leave your friend's live video at any time, making it easy to join for a quick hello or a longer chat". You can also remove a guest and add someone else at any time. The more the merrier as they always say, this is one feature that will encourage engagement by allowing people to engage in conversation. Once the livestream is over, the user can either discard the video or share the same to his or her Instagram Stories. Tap on that and wait for your friend to confirm to join in.

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