Reminder: Today is the Last Day of Vine as You Know it
Just a quick reminder - today is the last day that you'll be able to log in and download your Vines.
Update - the Vine app will become the Vine Camera on Jan 17. Please download your Vines before then! More here: https://t.co/zrE1oDTx48- Vine (@vine) January 4, 2017
Worth noting too, as per the Vine's app closure FAQ, after today you'll no longer be able to edit your Vine bio:
That means that your bio will remain frozen for all time.
If you don't want to risk your Vine page frozen in amber on the Internet forever outside of your control, make those bio edits today- Andréa López (@bluechoochoo) January 17, 2017
So if you're not sure you want the details of your bio locked down forever, might be best to change it, or just delete your bio entirely, so it doesn't haunt you with the ghosts of lifetimes past forever.
Right now, you can still edit your details in the app of via the web - log into Vine and go to 'Settings' from the main dropdown to change your info.
If you want to download your Vines, they've made the process as easy as possible, and there's an explanation of the process in the FAQ on the site.
You can also re-direct your audience to your Twitter presence with a new prompt which will appear on accounts which are connected to a Twitter profile.
After today, you'll still be able to create Vines in Twitter, via the Vine Camera app, but you'll no longer have all the Vine features and tools.
Also, if you want a reminder of some of the greatest Vines, go check out the Vine Twitter profile and re-live the better, simpler times.
And one final note from the Vine team - to help ease you into the new, Vine-less world, videos of 6.5 seconds or less that are posted to Twitter will now loop, just like Vines did
Today's app update, the Vine Camera, lets you keep making Vines & posting them to Twitter, where they now loop!- Vine (@vine) January 17, 2017
Worth noting - this applies to any posted video, not just those from Vine Camera. So you can upload a short video from Snapchat, for example, and it too will now loop on Twitter
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