After the last update, many users asked, ‘Why can’t I see posts I liked on Instagram.’ We will answer this question in detail in this post. Keep reading!
You have decided to evaluate the post-like status on Instagram. You want to check your activity log to find out which photos and videos you like. You can use the activity log on Facebook; there is a like section on Twitter. But looking at Instagram, none of that seems to exist. You noticed the area with the like icon but couldn’t find the team you wanted.
Here are tips that will allow you to see the posts you like on Instagram!
How Can I See the Posts I Liked on Instagram?
To see the posts you like on Instagram, you have to download the Instagram app because we have to say that this option isn’t available for the web version (except for the desktop client for Windows 10 PC). If you’re wondering how to see posts you’ve liked on Instagram, know that it’s straightforward:
- To find posts you like, open the Instagram app on your iPhone or Android smartphone and go to your profile from the feed.
- From there, tap on the three lines and select the ‘Settings’ option.
- Next, tap on the ‘Account’ option and select the ‘post item you like.’
- You will then see a photo grid. The mobile application will show a gallery with all the posts you like.
- Simply select them to view their content, such as description, page or profile name, likes, and comments.
However, keep in mind that deleted liked posts will not be visible. If someone removes the post they posted, you won’t be able to see your like action. You cannot view them in this section or any other section at the moment.
Also, you can always do that if you want to check the likes sent by followers on other posts. However, the following requirements are essential for you to see them:
- You must not ban this profile.
- If that profile is private, you should be considered a follower.
If you’re within those standards, looking at posts other people have liked will be effortless. Yes, that’s right, you will be able to spy on their social activities.