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Send automated Instagram Direct messages

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One of the good ways to communicate with followers on Instagram is sending Direct messages. With Instagram auto direct message service, you can send automatically welcome message to new followers, send automatically message to your followers or send automatically message to accounts who aren’t your followers.

To Send automated Instagram Direct messages you must first enable this option. Activation way can be found at page “enable account after the purchase” above.

Step 1

After activating the “Instagram Auto Message” You must enter the tab ” Direct Messages”. Then click on  “New message” button.


New direct message on instagram in instazood

Step 2

In the opened window you can write your message and you can choose an Instagram post or a photo from your computer or mobile to attach to your message. Also you can use emoji on your message.

Note: the system can send between 80 and 150 Direct Messages in a day.

Note: Be sure to use this pattern {## | ## | ##}, Is explained below.

Add direct message in instazood

Step 3

Now you should select one of options on list :

  1. Each new follower (welcome message): with selecting this option, your message will be sent to every new followers.
  2. All existing followers: with selecting this option, your message will be sent to your own followers. If you choose this option, you can see a new option called “Custom filter”. With “custom filter” you can limit your target audience.
  3. Each new follower: with selecting this option, you will see a filed that you should enter all Instagram usernames (They can be non followers or your followers) that you want to send message to them. You should enter one Instagram username in each line and You should use “@” char before each username (exp. @username).

Important note

To prevent getting spam or block, you better use of this pattern on your message {## | ## | ## }.

When you use this format, the system randomly uses on each message one of the words you’ve written between square brackets. In fact, the system converts your message into multiple messages.


Your message:

{Hi | Hello | Hi Dear} @username, Thanks for follow. {Have a nice day | Have a good day | Thank you}

The system sends random messages:

  1. Hi @username, Thanks for follow. Have a nice day.
  2. Hello @username, Thanks for follow. Have a nice day.
  3. Hi Dear @username, Thanks for follow. Have a nice day.
  4. Hi @username, Thanks for follow. Have a good day.
  5. Hi @username, Thanks for follow. Thank you.

And etc

Note: Separating brackets ( | ) : Alt+124 ( There is by default in mobile keyboard ) or “Shift + \”