Instagram s Practice Mode lets users check if they re ready to go live - Engadget

Instagram s  Practice Mode  lets users check if they re ready to go live - Engadget
Instagram is adding two new enhancements to its livestreaming toolset. Starting today, creators can schedule their Live broadcasts up to 90 days in advance, and share the fact theyre doing so in both posts and Stories. Viewers can use those to set a reminder for themselves not to miss the broadcast.

Going Live hits different when your followers come through

Live Scheduling lets you schedule your stream up to 90 days in advance and followers can set reminders to tune in

Instagram also plans to roll out a Practice Mode soon. The tool allows creators to connect with guests before they start a broadcast so that they can do things like check audio levels and lighting, and go over any content they plan to cover.

The new features follow the introduction of

audio-only livestreams

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