Instagram is one of the most popular applications in Spain today, which this summer launched its own version of TikTok, called Reels. Millions of users use this social network daily on their Android phones, liking all kinds of photos or publications, from friends or from accounts they follow.
There are times when you like a post that you have found interesting and that you may want to know more about, but then you can’t find it. Luckily, Instagram has a section where we can see all the photos we have liked from our account.
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See all your likes on Instagram
You may be looking for a photo that you liked at a certain time or you are just curious to see the list of photos that you have liked on Instagram. In the application itself we have a section to go to, where you can see the complete list of photos or publications which we have liked from our account over time. So it is very easy to go to this section at any time, following these steps:
- Open Instagram.
- Tap on your profile photo (in the lower right).
- Click on the top three horizontal stripes.
- Go into Settings.
- Go to the Account section.
- Look for the option called “Posts You Liked.”
- Enter this section.
- Find a specific publication, if this is what you wanted.
Here you will be able to see all those photos or posts you have liked since you have an account on the social network. All of them organized by publication date in this case, so the search can be simple in this way. It’s a great way to find a photo that you wanted to see again. If you ever remove your like from a post, then it will be removed from this list.
From this section on Instagram you will be able to enter the profile or account of the person who uploaded that photo, in case you want to have information about that account, for example.
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