Instagram makes it simple to view all of the posts you've liked so far. Not only that, but we'll show you how to see Instagram posts that your friends have liked.
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Daily posts on the photo and video-sharing website Instagram number in the hundreds for the average user. Unless you actively save Instagram posts that you want to return to or like, you may have difficulty seeing the same post again. The good news is that Instagram makes it simple to view all of the posts you've liked so far. Not only that, but we'll show you how to see Instagram posts that your friends have liked.
Check Liked Posts on Instagram (2022)
1. View Instagram Posts You've Liked
Step 1 : Open your Instagram profile by clicking the bottom navigation bar and then clicking the hamburger menu in the top-right corner. Select "Your activity" from the pop-up menu that appears.
Step 2 : Tap "Interactions" and then "Likes" to see the Instagram posts you've liked.
Step 3 : Now you'll see all of the posts you've liked so far, including images, videos, and Reels. You can sort these posts from newest to oldest, set a time limit, or even filter posts from a specific Instagram user. To apply the filters, simply click the "Sort & filter" button in the top-right corner.
2. View Your Friend's Instagram Liked Posts
While we've gone over how to see posts you've liked through your account, some of you may be wondering if there's a way to see what all your friends have liked on Instagram. In fact, until October 2019, Instagram had a "Following" tab that listed all liked posts.
Although we don't currently have a way to check other people's liked posts, app reverse engineer Alessandro Paluzzi recently discovered that the company may be working behind the scenes to bring this feature back. We'll have to wait and see if it comes to fruition.
Step 1 :Go to your friend's Instagram profile and scroll down to the "Following" section. Then, open the profile of the person whose likes you want to see.
Step 2 :Scroll through their posts, and if your friend liked the post, you'll see "Liked by Friend Name>" above the caption. If you have several mutual friends with this third person, you can also tap the like counter to see the full list of likes. Needless to say, the person must have a public profile or be followed for this method to work.
Keep Track of Liked Instagram Posts
So, those are the two methods you can use to check the Instagram posts you've liked. If you want to go back and watch the Instagram Reels you've been watching all this time, check out our guide on how to check your Instagram Reels watch history. And for more cool Instagram tips and tricks, see our guide to the best Instagram tips and tricks.