My friends tag me on their Instagram posts, but I don’t know that I always see the posts. Is there some way to get a list of all all the Instagram posts where I’m tagged?
If someone tags you on Instagram you should get a notification that it’s happened. If people tag you too often I suppose that you could miss individual posts in the flurry, but generally you should be able to keep track of it with just the regular Instagram app on your iPhone or Android smartphone.
Fortunately, however, there is indeed a way to see what photos you’ve been tagged in, or, to be more precise, what Instagram calls Photos Of Me.
In fact, it’s just a button on your profile. Easy enough.
Start by launching Instagram. With the new popular people strip along the top, it’ll look like this:
Along the bottom there are five buttons. “Home” is in black and, all the way to the right, there’s a circular icon with a tiny version of your your own profile photo.
That’s the one. Tap on the lower right button, and you’ll get to your own profile:
This is obviously my profile — I’m d1taylor on Instagram if you’d like to follow me! — but the interface is the same, even if the photos and stats aren’t quite the same.
Just above the photos are four buttons. The first two affect how your own posts are displayed (try ’em), the third shows you all of your photos on a world map, and the fourth button, the tiny shield with a profile, is the aforementioned “Photos of Me”.
A tap and here it is:
Photos of me! Or, in your case, photos of you. You can peruse them all from this point, but you can also tap on individual images to get more information, including how many likes they received and any comments other people left. For example:
You can see that this photo was posted by @themrblueprint and it received 49 likes. In fact, I liked it too!
So that’s how you can keep track of which Instagram photos include you as a tagged person. Good luck keeping track!