How to Check if Someone 'saves' Your Photo on Instagram

For those who like to play Instagram, have you ever wondered if there are photos of your posts that are "saved" by followers? This is how to check it.

Before doing so, it's worth remembering that there really isn't an official way to save photos on Instagram. But there is a bookmark feature that can be used to "save", or rather mark, the preferred photo posting.

Well, the following ways in between can make you check if any of your followers are confused with photos of your posts.

How to Check if Someone 'saves' Your Photo on Instagram

How to Check if Someone 'saves' Your Photo on Instagram

First of all you have to do is change your Instagram account to a business profile. How to log in as usual, go to the profile page then tap the dot in the right corner to enter the settings page.

After that at the bottom there will be a switch to professional account / switch to a business account option. Activate it.

After changing into a business account, users can also access the "view insights / show insights" feature. For business users this is certainly no stranger to the fact that this feature is useful for checking certain levels of the user's business.

To find out information about your photo or post, the steps are as follows:

- Select the photo you want to check

- Select "view insights" under the photo

- Here you can see how many likes, comments, shares, and also the number of people who "saved" a certain photo post.

From "view insights", you can also see the visit profile, total reach, impression, and also engagement. However, Instagram hasn't been able to specifically tell the user who "saved" your photo.

If you want to go back to using a personal account, you can easily change it via settings> account> switch to personal account> switch back.

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