Instagram is one of the most popular social media networks in the world. This app has some overlap with regular social media networks, but it puts a huge focus on images and video content, as most of you know. Having that in mind, some of us like a lot of posts on Instagram, a picture we like, or perhaps a video of a cute cat here and there. Well, if you’ve ever wondered what exactly you liked on Instagram in the last couple of weeks or months, there’s a way to check. In this article, we’ll show you how to see your liked posts on Instagram.
It is really easy to check this, as there’s a separate option in the settings on Instagram. Before we proceed, however, do note that you can see only the last three hundred posts you liked. That’s it. If you have a tendency to like a hundred posts per day, or more than that, this option won’t be as useful to you. I, on the other hand, like 1-2 posts per day, so this insight was really interesting to check out. That being said, let’s see how you can do that.
How to see your liked posts on Instagram
The first thing you’ll need to do is open Instagram, of course. If it’s on your homescreen do it that way, if not, proceed to the app drawer. Once you have it opened, tap your profile picture in the bottom-right corner.
On the next screen, once your profile page opens, tap the three horizontal lines in the top-right corner.
That action will open up a pop-up menu, which will appear towards the bottom of the page. From there, you’ll need to select the ‘Your activity’ option.
Your activity settings will open across the entire display of your phone. You’ll see plenty of options there, and the one we need is called ‘Interactions’.
In the ‘Interactions’ menu, you’ll see only three options, Comments, Likes, and Story replies. We are, of course, interested in the ‘Likes’ option. Once you tap it, you’ll be able to preview the posts you liked, the last 300 of them.
There you have it, now you have some insight into your actions on Instagram lately. Truth be said, this option would be far more useful if we could see further into the past, like all the posts we’ve liked in the last couple of years, presuming that we’ve liked far more than 300. Maybe Instagram ends up changing this down the road, who knows.