The most well known photo-sharing application Instagram is presently revealing another feature to restore your deleted post. Truly, presently, you can get your posts back, in the event that you have erroneously deleted or erased intentionally. The new feature will be known “Recently Deleted” and it will keep the deleted photos for 30 days.
How to Restore Deleted Instagram Posts
The company instagram said, in the event that the user deleted any photos, videos, reels, IGTV, and stories then these posts will be consequently added to the Recently Deleted envelope. All the substance will be erased forever following 30 days. Furthermore, the deleted stories will be accessible for 24 hours.
The Recently Deleted feature and the restore option meets up in Instagram’s archive choice.
How to Restore Instagram Deleted Photos or Posts?
To get access to your deleted content, follow the given steps and get back:
- Firstly, open the app and go to the Instagram profile tab at the bottom right corner
- At the top right corner, click on the three lines
- Click on Settings which is at the bottom
- Here you will see, RECENTLY DELETED feature. (It’s still rolling out, so if you can’t see, then check back soon).
- Select a post, video, photo, IGTV which you want to restore
- Click on Restore.
That’s it! This is how you can get back your deleted photos or videos of Instagram. Do remember, the deleted posts will be there only for 30 days, so you can get it within 30 days after deleting. After that, you will not get any posts.
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In a blog post, Instagram also explained that this feature protects the users against hackers, who might delete their posts.
“We know hackers sometimes delete content when they gain access to an account, and until now people had no way of easily getting their photos and videos back”.
As per the reports, it is said that, before restoring the deleted post, the user need to verify that they are the account holder. You need to do verification via text or email and confirm that the account is yours.