The social networks that we use every day know practically all of us. They have information of all kinds: photographs, videos, locations … Sometimes we want to end our adventure in a social network, change user or create a different account. But you do not want to lose everything you had in the social network. You can save it with just one click.
You can make a backup of WhatsApp on your mobile or save all the data on the network in just a couple of clicks so that your conversations are not lost. You can also archive all your tweets easily on Twitter. Now, in addition, you can save all your Instagram data.
Instagram will allow you to save all your data from the social network for whatever reason. Either because you want to have them for security, because you think about closing your account or because you want to share them. A new option in the settings will allow you to access, press a button and all your information is sent by email in zip format so you can do what you want with it. The file will be in the email and you can download it wherever you want.
In the archive will appear, as it seems , all the photographs that you have uploaded to the social network and also what you put in your biography, for example. Although for now we do not know if our archive of stories will also be downloaded.
Be that as it may, the stories you can download one by one or just the ones that interest you. To do it, simply go to your profile and click on a small icon on the top right in the form of a clock. In it you can see all your old stories. To download some just press on it, click on the three points that appear in the lower right and click on “save photo”. It seems a somewhat laborious work but it will only take you a few minutes if you want to stay with those Instagram images that once came up and now you have lost.
The function to download all your Instagram data is already in the beta of the iOS application although it is not active yet. It will be a matter of time that you can download your chats in a similar way as in WhatsApp or Twitter.