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How to download your Vines before they’re gone forever

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If you haven’t done so already, Tuesday is your last day to download your Vines before they’re gone forever.

As laid out last year, Vine’s shutting down and Twitter is paring the app down to just its camera. Yes, we know, it’s sad, but what can you do? Vine’s biggest stars have moved on to Snapchat and YouTube.

However, not all is lost. There are two ways to download your Vines: through the website using a computer or the mobile app.

To download your Vines from a computer:

  1. Log into your account.

  2. Click on the “Download Your Vines” button in the upper right.

  3. Wait for the “Download Archive” button to appear in the “Download your Vines” section.

  4. Click the “Download Archive” button and open the zip file to see all your saved Vines! (You’ll also receive an email with a link to download your archive within 72 hours if you can’t be bothered to wait.) Read more…

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