If you don’t know how to see photos you’ve saved on Instagram, you’re not alone. How to see photos you’ve saved on Instagram should be really is— but it isn’t really. Because knowing how to see photos you’ve saved on Instagram means realizing that you’ve saved photos on Instagram— and half of the time I do that by accident. But if you’re saving them on purpose, it makes sense that you’re going to want to look at them. And while it can take a little while to get used to any new feature that comes out, it’s actually way easier than you think to see photos that you’ve saved on Instagram.
Because not only can you save photos on Instagram, you can also save them into different collections— so you can make your own photo albums with different photos that appeal to you. Never again will you lose your favorite photos into the endless stream on Instagram. Now, you can keep hold of them for as long as you want. So how do you go and save the posts and make those different collections? Well, once you know how it’s way easier than you think. Here’s how you can start saving photos— and how you look at them later.
How To Save Posts On Instagram
Saving posts is really easy— so easy that I have a tendency to do it accidentally by just bumping into it. Here's how you do it on purpose, according to the Instagram site:
"To save a post, tap the ribbon icon below it. When you save a post, it's visible to you from a private section of your profile.
To save a post to a collection, tap and hold the ribbon icon. Then, select a collection you've already created or tap the plus sign to create a new one."
Here's How To Look At Instagram Photos You've Saved
OK, once you've got the saving them under control, you want to see them. That's easy too.
"To see posts you've saved and the collections you've created, go to your profile and tap the ribbon icon . Only you can see the posts you've saved. When you save someone's post, they're not able to tell that you've saved it."
So while saving Instagram photos can seem really weird at first, it's actually a really useful tool. And once you get used to doing it, it'll seem like second nature. All you need to do is get started— and then you'll have plenty of collections to go back and scroll. Basically, you'll never be bored again.
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