Instagram guide to restore deleted post

by Lingraj Sahu

Millions of users share everything from photos to videos on Instagram every day. Sometimes Instagram posts get deleted from users. If this has happened to you too, then it can be recovered. Below you will find information about the complete trick.

Nowadays everyone post on Instagram to share their best moments with friends and family members. Many times it happens that for some reason the shared post gets deleted from the users. Obviously you too must be posting your photos and videos on Instagram. If you have accidentally deleted a post, then there is no need to worry. In this news we are going to tell you about a special trick, with the help of which you will be able to recover deleted Instagram post and recover important data.

Instagram guide

Instagram Post Recover within 30 days

Having said this, the deleted posts of Instagram are available only in the Recently Deleted section for 30 days. Users can recover deleted posts within 30 days. After this these posts get deleted forever. These deleted posts cannot be recovered.

If you want to recover Instagram posts, then open Instagram app to recover deleted posts. After that now go to your profile. Here you will see the option of three lines in the right side corner, click on it. You will find the Recently Deleted option here. If this option is not available, then you can search it by going to the search box. Here you will see the posts which have been deleted.

Instagram guide

After this, now from here select the post which you want to recover. After this, while recovering, an OTP will come on your phone number. Enter it, as soon as you do this your deleted post will be recovered.

Parental Control in Instagram

The new parental controls are part of Meta’s promise to protect children using its social media apps, after a whistleblower leaked internal documents that showed the company was aware that Instagram caused body image problems for some teenage girls.

Instagram guide

The uproar resulting from the leaked documents led to Adam Mosseri, head of Instagram, testifying before Congress in December, where he was grilled about children’s safety online. The Instagram supervision tools will be available in the United States beginning Wednesday and will roll out globally over the coming months, Meta said. Parents will be able to view what accounts their children follow and can set time limits for how long their kids spend on the app.

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