Are you searching for ways to see who saved your Instagram posts? If yes, then you’ve come to the right place. This article will be a tutorial guiding on the steps to get it done. When someone saves your Instagram post(s) it usually means two things – they want to share it with their followers or want to refer back to it at a later time. One can argue tracking who saves or how many times your Instagram post is saved is more valuable than the number of likes the post gets.
How to see who saved your Instagram posts
I’m sorry to break this to you, but you won’t be able to see users that saved your Instagram post(s). This is because Instagram doesn’t allow it. My guess will be due to privacy, allowing you to see it would mean a breach in the user’s privacy. But what Instagram allows you to see is how many times a particular post has been saved. But first, if your account is a personal one, you’ll need to switch it to either a business or creator account. To do this, go to Settings > Account > Switch to Business or Creator Account. After that, follow the steps below to see how many times your post has been saved;
- Click on your profile icon to view posts.
- Then tap on the post you want to see the save count.
- Under the post, click on “View Insights”. It will display a variety of stats. The number in front of the bookmark icon refers to how many times the post has been saved.
Even though we weren’t able to show you ways to see who saved your Instagram posts, we did, however, show you how to see how many times your posts were saved. You can simply ask your followers on your Instagram story if they saved a particular post.