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Snapchat’s new Memories feature lets you save snaps

Saving a snap to the new Memories photo vault

Snapchat has begun to roll out a new feature called “Memories” that will allow users to save snaps indefinitely, with the option to later add them to their Snapchat Stories, the company announced on Wednesday.

The move marks a further shift away from the app’s early focus on in-the-moment sharing, a shift which first began with the app’s introduction of the Stories feature, a visual status of sorts that lets users weave together photos and video clips that can be rewatched for 24 hours after they’re posted.
Snapchat has since allowed people to download their Snapchat Stories to their phone’s camera roll, but those snaps were not able to be re-posted on the app. Memories changes that.
With Memories, which is accessed by swiping up from the main camera screen, you’ll now have access to a Snapchat-only camera roll that can be used to collect snaps you want to hold onto.
Memories can also be re-posted as Stories later on. You’ll be able to choose if you want to download a snap to Memories, so you won’t be required to save every snap or Story.

Swiping up from the main camera screen, you’ll now have access to a Snapchat-only camera roll that can be used to collect snaps you want to hold onto.

 Memories can also be re-posted as Stories later on. You’ll be able to choose if you want to download a snap to Memories, so you won’t be required to save every snap or Story.

Here’s what it’s like to use.

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