It is easy to see who saved your post.
What to Know
- Ask your Instagram followers to save your post in an Instagram Story.
- Go to Settings > Account > Change to Business Account, or Switch to Creator Account > View insights.
This article will show you how to check who saved your Instagram post, and how many times.
Ask your followers if they’ve saved your Instagram posts
- This simple procedure is the best way to find out who saved your posts.
- Tap on the post that you would like to ask your followers.
- Take a photo of the Instagram page that featured the post.
- To return to your main Instagram feed, tap the Home icon.
- Tap the Stories icon in the upper left corner. To start a new Instagram Story, tap the camera-like icon.
- Swipe up for a screenshot of your Instagram post.
- Instagram: Add a screenshot to an Instagram story
TIPS:To add the screenshot to your Story, tap the image.
- To add a message or comment to your followers, tap the Text icon. In this example, it would be “Who saved that post?”
TIPS:You can engage with your followers by asking questions with an Instagram question sticker.
- When you are done, tap Done.
- To make the text smaller, pinch the screen and drag two fingers apart.
- Add text to your Instagram Story
- Tap on Your stories to share the story with your followers. You will receive a reply by direct message.
Check out How Many Times Your Post has Been Saved
You must first change your Personal account to a Business or Creator account. To do this, select Settings > Account and then Switch to Business Account. Follow the prompts for the complete process. Then:
- To view your posts, tap the Profile icon. It looks like a silhouette.
- To view the saved count, tap the post.
- Click View Insights below the video or image. You will see a variety of stats. The bookmark icon indicates how many times this post has been saved to one of their collections.
It can be more important to track who saved your Instagram posts than just the number of likes. Saving a post to an Instagram Collection signifies that someone likes your content and wants to share or refer to it again. Unless you ask your followers, however it’s impossible to determine who saved your Instagram photos or which collections they belong to. This limitation could be due to privacy.