Instagram announced that its Live video broadcasting feature will be rolled out to everyone in the U.S. starting Monday. Instagram users in other countries will have access “over the next few weeks,” according to the company.

How To Use Instagram Live

The Live features can be found in Instagram stories, and you can get them by swiping into the Stories camera area and then tapping the “Live” mode. Instagram’s live broadcasts are just like those on Facebook and Twitter’s Periscope: viewers can add “hearts” to the streams as they watch and post comments.

When one of your followers is live, it will appear in the Stories section of the app and some users will receive notifications when someone they follow is live. If you have post notifications for your account, then you’ll also get alerts when your followers go live.

You can find new live streams to watch on Instagram by going to the Explore tab. There is a “Top Live” section for U.S. users, which will show the best content on the company’s platform. Live videos aren’t stored on your Instagram, meaning your followers can only seem them when you’re broadcasting.

That’s really the big difference between Instagram’s live video and Facebook’s live video. It’s a pretty big difference, too.

You’ll find it’s easier to discover live videos on the platform, which is nice. The company started rolling out Stories, a clone of Snapchat feature, back in August. The company introduced Instagram Stories as a way to “share all the moments of your day, not just the ones you want to keep on your profile.”

Again, Instagram’s new live video feature will be rolling out over the next few days, so make sure to check your Instagram app for updates if you’re looking forward to going live or explore some broadcasts.