Since your Instagram stories disappear after 24 hours, it can be difficult to locate previous clips. But now, Instagram lets you see your stories on a map, so you can browse them based on where you took them. To do this, you need to follow some simple and quick steps.
First, let her know application of Instagram at App Store (iPhone) or Google Play Store (Android). Then open the Instagram app and go to the profile tab by tapping the profile picture at the bottom right of your screen.
Tap the hamburger menu on the top right, then tap “Archiving”. Here, you will find all the stories you have created. The first section simply lists them in chronological order.
The middle tab has a calendar view that lets you find stories based on their post. When you click on a date, Instagram uploads all the stories you posted that day.
The last section shows a world map with pins in the locations associated with your stories. You can press to see more of them at the same time or press to scan images and video in a narrower area. When you zoom in, Instagram automatically categorizes photo and video stacks in their exact coordinates.
Instagram does not use data of the image file. Instead, it is based on the location tag you can add to your stories. Stories that do not have this tag will not be visible on the map.
If you want to permanently pin one collection photos and videos from one location, touch them on the map, then tap "Labeling" bottom. Then enter the location and press "Add". These photos and videos will then be available just below its description Profile you.
It is worth noting that Instagram provided a similar viewing map for the permanent ones photos and your videos, but was removed years ago.