Expect to See Random Stories in Explore Section on Instagram

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Starting today, Instagram users will begin to see Stories inside of the Explore tab. For those who may have missed it, Stories are a collection of photos and videos made by users, just like you would find on Snapchat. 

Before this change, users would find Stories on the “Home” tab, otherwise known as your general photo and video feed. However, those Stories are from your friends and others you follow. On the Explore tab, it appears they will be from popular users, like Rihanna and Kim K. According to Instagram, though, “the stories you’ll see are personalized to your interests.”

Again, these changes are rolling out today for all users. Be on the look out.

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