Snapchat memories 2017: Here's how to see your "year in review" story

Snapchat memories 2017: Here's how to see your

Snapchat is looking to get more viewers on its videos by letting publishers post them outside the app.

It's the end of the year, which means being bombarded with roundups about the year that was on social media networks like Facebook and Instagram. The company is discussing giving users the ability to share Stories on other social platforms, according to Cheddar, as well as embed them on the web via a proprietary player. This will let you share stories from Snapchat outside of the platform. This would surely open a way for Snapchat to make money through licensing. His job will be to figure out how to share Snapchat content in places outside of the app, which would be a pretty big change from the way things now operate.

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If Snap plays their cards right, they could very well have an edge once again.

Snap is also considering allowing other apps to access its feeds of user-generated content, which are now curated by a mix of algorithms and Snap employees.

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Snap has also hired Rahul Chopra, the former chief executive officer of Storyful, an agency that sources and verifies content on the web. It's possible for it to do so now as it introduced a way previous year to allow users to save their snaps into a section of memories where they can live long past the 24-hour limit. The idea is to make Snapchat an engaging outlet for news, sports and other video verticals. Snap also reported a record low in monthly crash rates on both Android as well as iOS, a year after Snap started tracking the metric.

Do you really want to post that?

Multiple people can contribute to the same story. Stories Highlights is an addition to your profile where you can save your favourite Stories.

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Up until now, Facebook and Instagram have been pretty quick to rip off Snapchat's features. Leave a comment below.

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