All the information you have shared on the social network will reach you in a document by email, Guide to getting all the information that Instagram has about you.
Social networks have become true information portfolios, because in them we store daily data that accumulates on the network.
In the case of Instagram, this social network allows you as a user to access all the information that the social network keeps from you, from the simplest details to the most important, it is practically a cloud that stores that information that you may have already forgotten.
What information does Instagram have for you?
Keep in mind that each of the movements we make on this platform are collected, such as when you follow a person, make a comment, among other things. That is, Instagram stores a history with the amount of likes you have made and received for example, as well as audios and images sent by private.
With this, it must be taken into account that the time we spend on the social network does not go unnoticed and is being stored by it.
How to obtain the information that Instagram has about you?
The first thing you should do is log in to the platform. Then go to the Settings option and go to Security , then at the bottom the Data Download function will appear , doing so will open a window where you must put the email to which you want the information that Instagram has for you to arrive. Some facts you will have to put the password of your Instagram account again and then click on download collected information.
After this, a message will appear indicating that Instagram will send you the history of your information of everything you have shared on the social network to the email you put, and that this information backup will arrive in 48 hours.
It must be remembered that this information collected is from all the movements made by users from the creation of their account until that day, so it is normal for this process to take that long to arrive.
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