How to see all the posts you’ve liked on Instagram.

We are going to explain to you how to see all the posts you’ve liked on Instagram, a method with which you can take a trip to the past and revisit them all. It is a history that only you can see, and that you can only access through the mobile application of the social network. If you use the web, you will not be able to see it there and you will have to use your mobile.

Accessing this history can be useful in several cases. For example, to try to find again that user that you stopped following and regretted, or the one whose photos you liked but did not get to follow the user. The process is very fast, and the same steps work for Android and iOS. Therefore, even if the captures are from Android, you can follow the same steps on an iPhone.

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How to see all the posts you’ve liked on Instagram

The first thing you have to do is open the Instagram application, and once in it you have to enter your profile. For that, you have to click on the icon where your profile image appears at the bottom right.

Once you are in your profile, you have to click on the ☰ menu button, which in both Android and iOS appear at the top right. A menu will open, in which you have to click on the Settings option to access Instagram settings.

How to see all the posts you’ve liked on Instagram

Once inside the Instagram Settings menu, you have to click on the Account section that appears with the icon of a head inside a circle. By doing so, you will see the options related to your user account.

Once you are in the Account section, you have to click on the option of Publications that you liked. It is an option that seems pretty low.

How to see all the posts you’ve liked on Instagram

You will enter a screen where you will see all the publications you have liked sorted by publication date. You can navigate through this list and click on one to access it, being able to enter the profile of the person who published it, remove the Like, or do whatever you can do when you enter a publication from the main feed.