How to enable Instagram Post notification?

Use post notifications to stay in the loop with your favorite posters. Enabling post notifications will ensure that you never miss a post from a user. You can enable these on a user-by-user basis so that you can customize who you get them from.

Follow the user you want to receive post notifications for. You can be notified every time a specific user makes a new post as long as you are following them. If you aren't following the user first, you'll receive an error when trying to turn on post notifications.
  1. To follow someone, open their Instagram profile and tap the "Follow" button.
  2. Tap the ... (iOS) or â‹® (Android) button at the top of the user's profile. This will open a new menu with several options.
  3. Tap "Turn on Post Notifications." You'll see a small system pop-up indicating that you've enabled post notifications for that user. You'll now be notified whenever that user makes a new post. You can later turn off specific user notifications using the exact same method.

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