How to edit captions on Instagram?

If you need to fix a typo or error in your Instagram caption, then you must ensure that you have Instagram's latest version. The updated version of Instagram allows you to go back and edit your old captions. This is great if you've made a typo or need to correct an error.
  1. In order to edit captions, you will need to have the latest version of Instagram. You can update Instagram from your device's app store.
  2. Open the photo or video you want to edit the caption for. It must be a photo or video that you uploaded yourself.
  3. if you are using an iPhone or 'three vertical dots' if you are using an Android phone, above your photo or video
  4. Tap the "Edit" button that appears.
  5. Edit the caption to your liking.
  6. Add a location to the image by tapping "Add location". You can change the existing location by tapping the location name.
  7. Tap "Done" to save your changes. The word "Edited" will appear above the caption whenever someone taps the Comment button.

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