An update to Twitter’s six-second video sharing app, Vine, now allows users to edit their work and save multiple drafts of projects that are being worked on.
The first new feature is called Time Travel. Time travel allows users to go back earlier in a video and edit it from there. Before the update, users had no way to go back and edit footage that had already been shot. This new update makes it so that Vine users no longer have to get the whole shot right in a single take. The second new feature is called Sessions. Sessions allows users to have multiple projects running at the same time. This means that users can save a project and come back to work on it later or they can switch between working on two different projects. This is the first update to Vine since July. The update is available to users of Apple’s (AAPL) iOS and Google’s (GOOG) Android operating systems, reports TechCrunch.
Those who need help or want to get to know Vine’s new features quicker can head over to Mashable for an in-depth look at Time Travel and Sessions.