Have you ever wondered how to hide your activity on Instagram? Do you need to hide who you follow on Instagram or hide the likes and comments on your Instagram?
It makes sense to hide your activity on Instagram when you don’t want your babe to find out you liked the picture of your ex! or you may wish to conceal your followers on Instagram because you don’t like your colleagues to find out.
Whatever your reason is, I will show you how to hide your
likes comments and other activity on Instagram and teach you some methods to
get past the Instagram’s following feed.
1- Like more than 8 pictures
This means that you can like the posts you don’t want others
to find out, then you can like eight other random pictures. Now your followers
can’t see what you’ve liked before liking these eight pictures.
Instagram only shows your followers the eight most recent pictures you’ve liked on Instagram.
2- Bookmark the Post
If you told someone that you’re not active on Instagram but you also want to like something on Instagram now, you can tap the save button and like it later.This way no one will know that you’re active now because you have no activity on Instagram feed.
3- Block the User you want to Hide from
you need to hide your activity from a specific user and not all of your
followers, you can always block them. After blocking them, you can like,
comment and follow all the things you want, then unblock them after.
4- Become a Vampire!
The best way to hide your activity on Instagram is to turn into a vampire and be active only late in the night. If you’re scrolling on Instagram while people are asleep, they won’t be able to recognize what you’ve been doing. Even after they wake up, the recent activity list will be full of other users’ activities instead of yours.
That’s 4 methods you can be discrete about your activities
on Instagram – there’s no way you can be entirely discrete because the platform
wants your followers to see what you’re doing.
If you have any further questions, comment us below, and
we’ll help you out.
Instagram has secretly begun testing a horizontal feed for some users, a vast sloping change from the vertically scrolling user experience that’s been the standard since the app launched.
The company had been testing the feature back in October in the Explore part of the app, but it seems that it’s rolling it out more widely to people’s main feeds today.
The new feed primarily turns all posts into a single, large Instagram story, complete with tapping to advance and a scrolling bar at the top of the screen to show you how far you’ve gone. It’s a huge change for Instagram’s community, which has grown conventional to the old feed. With the horizontal feed, each picture is given the spotlight at any given time — you can just observe a single post, and the comments are much more apparent now, appearing with a flick upward.
It’s also much harder to immediately fly through your feed with the new layout: you can only advance one post at a time. Another side effect of the new design is that stories are more accessible, with the bar now always available by swiping down, instead of needing to scroll all the way to the top of your feed. The new horizontal layout seems only to change the main feed — tap into a user’s profile, and things will appear as they always have in general, vertically scrolling style.
Instagram head, Adam Mosseri commented on
Twitter that the new horizontal feed was meant to be “a little test” that “went
broader than we anticipated.” But a Facebook spokesperson opposed that in a
statement to The Verge: “Due to a bug, some users saw a change to the way their
feed appears today. We quickly fixed the issue and feed is back to normal. We
apologize for any confusion.”
Only a few minutes after the horizontal feed, the old vertical feed seems to have appeared for most of the users that had been seeing the horizontal feed test. But even if this update was an accident, it seems like Instagram is taking the horizontal feed seriously — and it may not be long before it rolls out to all users for good.
Are you an active user on Instagram and for some personal reason you want to get rid of your Instagram search history? Follow these steps to remove your search history on Instagram.
If you need more privacy on social media, then make sure you’ve removed your browsing history first. Check the individual browsing apps you’ve used like chrome or firefox, and wipe the history. But if you want to make it harder for people to retrace your steps, you should apply the same method to some of the social media platforms you use more frequently like Instagram.
Fortunately, it’s very simple to delete your Instagram search history, so next time you search for something you won’t be reminded that last month you had an unhealthy obsession with images of vivid cupcakes.
1- Open your Instagram app and go to your profile.
2- Tap on the three dots icon and go to settings
3- Scroll down to find the “clear search history” option at the bottom, which is written in blue.
4- Tap it and then confirm your action by tapping on “Yes, I’m sure” button.
However, you should understand that even as you’ve removed your search history, Instagram will continue to show Suggested users to you which are basically the people who you’ve interacted the most, but the profiles which regularly show up under Recent won’t be apparent anymore. So you won’t be 100% completely in the clear, though at least your search history will be gone.
One of the best ways to gain more followers on Instagram is by establishing an aesthetic or theme. In this article, I will show you that the idea of a theme might be different from what you have heard.
You can attract new followers and up your
engagement by creating a cohesive look, and it will also help you build a more recognizable brand. When a user
comes across your Instagram profile, you want them to stay and hit the “follow”
button. Your overall Instagram feed must be visually consistent to generate
While a themed Instagram profile requires
planning, you can also start by defining what you want your Instagram account
1- Get inspired by your favorite feeds
Take a good look upon your favorite Instagram accounts. What is it that you like about each one? Is there anything that gets your attention? Make a list of all the things that appeal to you about each of those accounts.
For example, “Airbnb” posts pictures of their BnB from all over the world. The images are so stunning they would turn even the most random visitor into a customer. I am inspired to try different photo angles from looking at their page.
2- Get creative with colors
This is the most common way to go about a themed Instagram profile. You can stick to one specific color and have it repeated in different ways through the objects in your photos. Ihavethisthingwithpink’s entire feed is curated in the obvious pink.
Also, Fursty (Dylan Furst) doesn’t have a specific color choice, but his entire feed has a blue and green theme. The pictures are all natural, but they have the overall color scheme.
If you are more of an experimental, you can
change the color theme in each row. For example, as a brand, you can post three
products of the same color in one row, then switch
to your other products in the next row. This way you can make each row pop out
in your overall feed.
3- Use the checkerboard
The checkerboard is very classy to look at, and it is also very useful in increasing engagement. In this feed theme, every alternate picture has a consistent background. Most people alternate between text and photo, but some users also alternate between two different background colors.
This can be really great for you if you
want to increase your engagement because
you can alternate your product and
service promotions with inspirational or motivational quotes, facts or personal
pictures. A good combination of content
helps you in not coming across as spammy and makes visitors stay back for both
information and entertainment.
4- Get creative with borders
You may want to go against Instagram’s square
image grid by changing the aspect ratio of your pictures. There are some things
you can do with borders:
White Borders: This is the most popular border. The most aesthetically appealing method to use this is by cropping your pictures horizontally and add border bars on the bottom and top. It immediately creates a professional and classic feel to your feed. You can also use it in square and vertical pictures and mix it all up.
Black border: this can instantly make your feed stand out because the black border is rarely used. Still, make sure that the theme goes with the entire mood of your Instagram page. For example, the.avantguardian doesn’t limit herself to one specific border. His overall theme is a combination of both white and black borders which is very attractive.
Circle frame: this is also uncommon, and as a brand, might restrict posting product photos, because a lot of it would get minimized in the circular frame, but it is still an exciting thing to try. Also, you can mix it up with other borders and frames.
5- Pick your mood
This needs a lot of thinking. What is your content strategy? What mood should your Instagram page reflect? For example, if you are a home decorator, the minimal white theme is artsy and elegant.
Or if you are a portrait artist or photographer, you can try a moodier and darker tone.
Remember, your mood should reflect the vibe of
your brand or product. If you sell swimwear, the vibe will be neither dark hues
nor minimalistic, but vibrant and beachy. It is essential to plan out the
“mood” or “vibe” depiction of your brand page before posting anything.
6- Stick to a specific filter
Trying just a particular color or mood or border for your Instagram will restrict the kind of pictures you can pos. An easier method to maintain a cohesive theme for your Instagram feed is to use only one type of photo filters. If you are changing the brightness, contrast, and sharpness, use the same presets for all your pictures. This will make your photos flow with each other smoothly.
7- Break the feed grid rule
This theme has been taking over Instagram like a massive storm. It is no longer about fitting one picture into one grid. Imagine a row of grids that make up just one big image. While this theme is aesthetically very appealing, you should post all the grid parts at the same time to get the overall look. You will also need to post your pictures in groups of Three so you won’t disrupt the big picture.
You may like to try out all the themes at once
or maybe even just one of them, but before you start, make sure that what your
choice goes along with your brand aesthetic. Ask yourself:
What does my brand stand for?
Will this theme add to my brand value?
Maintaining Instagram themes needs a lot of time and effort. When you start creating a theme for your business account, you should come clear about what you are aiming for. Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms for digital marketing. Make the best use of It and get your brand out there. Happy marketing guys! if you have any further questions, you know you can always ask us in the comments below.
It’s not just the students and teenagers that are Instagram addicted; it’s the teachers too! So instead of scrolling through your celebrity crush’s feed, we have gathered around some educational, legitimate ways you can use Instagram in the classroom. Sure, it’s vital to protect students’ privacy, particularly while using a public platform like Instagram.
If you’re interested in trying any of these ideas below, we suggest creating a classroom Instagram account that you set to “private” and thoughtfully vetting any potential followers. Finally, make sure to check your school’s tech policies before you begin.
1- Pop Quiz
Host “Instagram quizzes” during class. Select team captains willing to use their Instagram account for their team. The teams must work together for answers to comment on a photo or multiple photos you post to Instagram with one of the following:
Ask a question about the photo and how it relates to what they’re studying; points rewarded for using concepts and key vocabulary discussed.
Expose just a piece of a picture like an extreme close-up and ask them to identify what it is and why you chose it.
As the admin on the Instagram account, you can hold all comments until the end of the class to make sure there is no cheating between teams
2- Showcase the work of your students
Take pictures of student’s artwork and other projects to share on your private Instagram account dedicated to families and school community
3- Feature the student of the week
Invite your students to alternate taking over your classroom account on Instagram and share pictures of their daily lives. Then have the student talk about his daily routine and personal vision with the class
4- Capture memories
Incite a volunteer from your students to be “archivist” and take pictures on your field trips or class parties for your classroom account on Instagram
5- Imagine How a Historical Figure or artist would use Instagram
Have your students browse Instagram account historical pictures and create a poster display or bulletin board showing Buzz Aldrin’s or Lincoln’s Instagram feed
6- Imagine What a Popular Character would post on Instagram
Challenge your students to find pictures that would appear in Katniss Everdeen or Harry potter’s Instagram
7- Share Book Recommendations & Discover some Ideas for Writing
Invite them to take pictures of their favorite books with a brief description of why they love it in the caption. Your followers then can browse the images to get inspired on what to read, and even create your own Hashtag. Tap an “inspiration Fairy” to capture ten photos that could work as a prompt for writing _ a for sale sign, an empty bird’s nest, or a broken doll, for instance.
8- Document student progress
Take pictures of students’ writing at the beginning and the end of the year. Post them on Instagram to show your students their progress and give them an end-of-year gift!
Instagram in the classroom pin it!
What are your thoughts, teachers? Would you use Instagram
in your classroom? How so?
Have you recently noticed your Instagram feed littered with photos of your friends and family having a 10year throwback? What’s going on? The challenge involves Instagram users sharing a throwback picture of themselves from 10 years ago next to a picture from this year. Let’s take a closer look at the new #10yearchallenge that is swept the social media.
What is the 10-year challenge?
The new challenge taking over the internet is about people sharing photos of themselves from now and ten years ago. This challenge has been broadly shared on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and has been associated with different hashtags including #HowHardDidAgingHitYou, #10yearchallenge and #GlowUp.
We don’t know how precisely the challenge started, but it has seen social media feeds loaded with throwback pictures of our friends, family and even the celebrities.
How can you take part in
the 10-year challenge?
The challenge involves people sharing a throwback picture of themselves from 10 years ago next to a photo from this year. The purpose is to showcase how much you’ve changed (or not, in some cases!) as well as displaying just how much you have “glowed up.”
Some celebrities have gone a step further, taking it back
twenty or even thirty years. So start looking through your old photo albums,
and profile pictures then share your photo transformation today.
Which celebrities have taken part?
Stars have taken to Instagram to share their incredible photo overhauls with their followers and fans.
The years have also been kind to Una Healy, who looks very similar, aside from changing her hair color from ginger to blonde, And she looks like she hasn’t aged a day.
Instagram is a fun place to take part in global trending challenges. So find a photo from 10 years ago and share it with your new selfie to become one of the glowed ones!
Last year, we were honored to help you promote your Instagram accounts. And many thanks to our loyal and beloved customers and fans, it was a challenging year for Instazood. We hope this new year brings us more opportunities to make our customers happier than ever.
In this article, we gathered some reports of Instazood updates during 2018, including new updates and improvements. Read on to find out more about Instazoodservices:
Added automatic refunds for likes/views orders
April 3, 2018
Sometimes, the system may get in trouble while delivering likes to you, because of the traffics from our servers to your account, caused some conflicts in applying your likes/views. To fix this problem, we have made the refunding process automatic, to ease the way out for you. Now you can see which one of your posts has been refunded to your balance so that you can purchase likes for them again.
Added a new promotion feature for viewing stories automatically
April 10, 2018
Now you can see your target audience’s stories without actually having to look at them! We added story viewing to our Instagram bot features, along with auto-likes, auto-comments and auto followings. People will see your name on their viewers, and the rest is the same with other bot processes.
Now you can buy likes directly in your Schedule post service
April 17, 2018
Instazood now lets you buy likes for each picture while posting them on Instagram, instead of having to go to Instagram bot dashboard and clicking on the purchase button there which could be exhausting. You can now purchase likes while scheduling your Instagram posts on Instazood.
Released the proxy-free Application for desktop
8 May 2018
We provide a dedicated IP for each of our customers to make you feel safer while using our services. Now we rolled out an app for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux, which with you don’t need to buy a proxy anymore, we added the proxy feature in the app to solve the automation blocks and all the other proxy-related issues.
New AJAX loader image
Jun 8, 2018
We updated the AJAX loader image to a more colorful IZ in the shape of circles to make it more fun to work with Instazood dashboard.
You can now view your posts on your dashboard
Jun 18, 2018
Added a new ability to your schedule post dashboard to view your Instagram posts. You can view your Instagram photoand videos from your dashboard and choose between them to purchase likes and views without going to the Instagram bot dashboard.
Added invoice for users, you can now see your payments
25 Jun 2018
Before this, you had to ticket us to have your payment invoices, but with this update, you can access your payment receipts from your dashboard, anytime you want and download it by pressing CTRL+P.
New feature to detect, collect and delete negative comments
Jul 2, 2018
We updated the comment tracker module to create a better interface and fix the common bugs. Our bot will automatically detect negative comments you receive and collect them in the negative comments section for you. You can remove them manually as you choose or just leave it to the bot to do so.
Left-side panel swiping for mobile screens
17 Jul 2018
We updated the panel design to make the features more accessible through smaller screens. You can get a full screen of your targets and other settings by swiping the left side panel of your dashboard.
Updated stop-words widget in the promo settings panel
9 Aug 2018
Before this, you had to separate your stop words manually with “,” but now the only thing you have to do is writing them down and hitting enter. It will give you a better result, avoids bot conflicts and saves your time.
Visual improvements for posting
10 Aug 2018
We are always looking for ways to improve our services, so we updated the posting interface for a better appearance. Bugs fixed and a better insight into the dashboard.
Global design changes, New left-side panel
28 Aug 2018
Made some improvements and fixed bugs on the left side panel. Now you can quickly swipe the dashboard just by a click on the arrow on top of the dashboard on the PC version.
Control the targets from one box (Simple mode)
2 Nov 2018
We updated the dashboard design to create a better interface and get better access to statistics and switch off/on buttons. Now you can view your whole bot activities in one box with an overall stat. You can use this “SimpleMode,” or by turning it off, you can access the “Advanced Mode” and switch off/on your targets individually.
Enable Your Own Country Proxy
21 Dec 2018
We have added this feature that you are able to activate the proxy for your account by choosing your own country just in your own Instazood dashboard > Proxy Settings. Buy our Proxy. This way, the bot will use an IP of your time zone and location, and it will reduce any risk.
The World Cup has started! What is the first thing that we think about here at IGR? Who is the most popular World Cup star on Instagram, of course! In this blog post, we will take a look at some of the most followed football players that will be participating in this year’s World Cup.
This is an update to a previous entry about Instagram follow limits and how to moderate your activities in order to avoid getting your account into the ‘Instagram jail’ and even avoid the ‘ban hammer’. We are going to do a summary of what’s explained in that post and add what we’ve learnt since the last update.