Step 1: Set the source of your Instagram Feed

The very first thing to do when configuring your Instagram Feed widget is to set the source for it. In this article, we are going to explain how to do that.
At the moment, you can set the source by adding a desired username or hashtag to the source field. You can do that on the Content tab of your widget’s settings:

Note:

Our Instagram Feed supports only public accounts. If your Instagram account has any profile restrictions (e.g. age restrictions), the widget won't be able to fetch the posts. 

Adding username or hashtag as a source

To connect the widget to a particular Instagram account, you just need to add the desired username within this field:

In case you would like to display posts published under a particular hashtag, the process here would be the same. Simply add the hashtag to Instagram Sources and that's all:

The good news is you can add two different sources to one feed. It can be 2 usernames, 2 hashtags, or one username and one hashtag together:

Note:

The types of connections described above are only available in newly-created widgets. The Instagram Feed widgets created before the 7th of February, 2021 have different connection types. Please refer to this article to get more information on that - How to connect Instagram account using API connection


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