How to Check Liked Posts on Instagram

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Here’s how to check liked posts on Instagram, in case you can’t figure it out after the new update.

How to Check Liked Posts on Instagram

Instagram is one of the world’s most popular social media apps, and its features constantly evolve. After certain updates, basic features can become hard to figure out. One such feature is checking your liked posts. Here’s how to see liked posts on Instagram.

How to Check Liked Posts on Instagram

To check liked posts on Instagram:

  1. Launch Instagram on your device.
  2. Tap on the profile icon on the bottom right to go to your profile page.
  3. Tap on the three lines at the top right and go to Your activity.
  4. Go to Interactions, and choose Likes.
  5. Browse the list of everything you’ve previously liked on Instagram, from newest to oldest.

FAQ

How do I see my liked posts on Instagram 2022?

To see your liked posts on Instagram. Go to your profile. Tap the three lines in the top right corner. Scroll down and tap Posts You’ve Liked.

How do I find my liked posts on Instagram 2021?

To see the posts you’ve liked, you can open Instagram and go to the Settings page, and then tap on Your activity. Go to Interactions, and then Likes to see a full list of everything you’ve previously liked.

Why can’t I see liked posts on Instagram?

There is no specific reason why you cannot see liked posts on Instagram. It is possible that the person who liked the post has since unliked it, or that the post has been deleted. Additionally, Instagram may be experiencing technical difficulties that are preventing users from seeing liked posts.

Did Instagram remove posts you’ve liked?

If you’ve liked a post and Instagram removed it, it’s likely because the content was deleted by the person who originally posted it.

What happened to Instagram removing likes?

Instagram began hiding likes in 2019 as part of a test to see whether doing so would encourage users to focus on the content of posts, rather than the number of likes they received. The company said it would make a decision on whether to roll out the change more broadly based on feedback from users.

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