After hearing so much about Instagram from all your friends, you are finally decided and you have created an account on this well-known social network. However, since you have been using it for a short time, you have doubts about some of its features. For example, you still don’t know how to see likes on a friend’s Instagram , as you’d like to know how many likes the posts posted by those you follow receive, and you’d like to know how to do it.
How do you say? Things are exactly like this and would you like to understand if I can give you a hand in this sense? Of course yes, do not worry. If you give me a few minutes of your precious free time, I can show you in detail how to view the likes your friends have received.
So what How about putting the chatter aside and finally taking action? Yup? Great! Pick up your smartphone or sit in front of the computer, follow the procedures indicated in the next chapters and you will see that, in no time at all, you will succeed in your intent. At this point, I just have to wish you a good reading!
Before explaining how to see likes on a friend’s Instagram , I need to give you some useful preliminary information about it.
First of all, if you’re wondering how to see all likes on a friend’s Instagram , I’m sorry to disappoint you, but there’s no longer a feature to do that. In the past there was a section of Instagram that allowed you to see, in real time, the “likes” posted on the posts of others by the people followed.
Unfortunately, it was later removed. At the moment, therefore, this functionality is no longer available and it is no longer possible to obtain this information.
To date it is possible to see only “Likes” related to the individual posts displayed in the Feed . Furthermore, you should know that through the Instagram app for Android and iOS it is not possible to see the number of “likes”, but only the names of those who have i like.
From computer , however, as I will explain in this guide, it is possible to know the exact number of the “likes” that a particular post has received, as well as having information about the names of people who liked it.
How to see i like a friend of yours on Instagram
Having made the necessary premises above, continue reading this guide to find out the steps to take to succeed in the intent you have proposed, that is to display the likes of your friends.
From Android and iOS
If you have an Android smartphone / tablet or an iPhone , you can easily view the “likes” your friends have received on their posts. Here’s how.
To get started, launch the Instagram app and log into your account if requested, then go to the profile of the friend of your interest and then tap on the post you would like to know more about.
In the new screen that is shown to you at this point, locate the item Likes and presses on it, in order to see the list of all the names of the users who have added a like to the photo or video of the selected person.
As anticipated, it is possible to view the” likes “on Instagram received from friends or added to the posts of others by the latter also by acting from a computer, through the Instagram website or using its application to Windows 10. Furthermore, by acting on these platforms, it is also possible to know the number of the likes that other users have received.
If you want to see the “likes” on Instagram that a friend of yours has received on his posts, the first step you must take is, therefore, to log in to your Instagram account from a browser or application.
Next, go to your friend’s profile , locate the post of your interest and put the cursor on mouse over it, to see the number of “likes”. Alternatively, click on the post in question, and locate the entry Likes : next to it you will find the number of users who have added “like” and, by clicking on the number , you will be able to see the names of the users who have liked. Easy, right?
Salvatore Aranzulla is the most widely read blogger and IT popularizer in Italy. Known for discovering vulnerabilities on Google and
Microsoft. He collaborates with computer magazines and edited the technological column of the newspaper Il Messaggero. He is the founder of Aranzulla.it, one of the
thirty most visited sites in Italy, in which he responds with simplicity to thousands of computer-related doubts. He has published for Mondadori and