Use Tagged Media to find images and videos you've been tagged in on Instagram and save them to your Media Library. Then, easily schedule the post from Later and repost right to your feed.
- Tagged Media is only available on Later's Business plans.
- Users are required to have an Instagram business profile connected to Later in order to use this feature.
- This feature is not supported through our IOS and Android mobile apps.
- Remember to abide by Instagram's Community Guidelines (see below).
- You can collect and save single image, videos and carousel posts.
Navigate to your Tagged Media
- First ensure you are in the Group that contains the relevant Instagram profile
- Go to Collect > Tagged Media
- Make sure that the correct Instagram profile has been selected
- Click Get Started, agree to the Tagged Media Guidelines, and click Agree & Continue.
- To start, click Enable Tagged Collection.
Choose the Media You'd Like to Collect
- Decide on a post and click it
- Select Add to Library
Schedule a Post & Share it to Instagram
- Go to your Media Library or your Side Library
- Locate the post you saved
- Click and select Create Post or drag it to your Calendar
- Schedule or publish the image and remember the Tagged Media Guidelines you agreed to.
Tip: user your side library media filters to quickly find all of your tagged media. Click Show Filters and choose "Tagged Media" system filter.
Reminder: Make sure to connect with the Instagram user directly on Instagram and ask for permission to use their content.
Note: the captions and hashtags used by the post owner will be saved to the media item, but due to the new API limitations, username mentions will no longer be included.
Tips on how to ask Instagram Users for Permission to use their Content
Instagram's Community Guidelines clearly state that no user should repost any content without permission from the account owner.
- Comment on the photo ⟹ Add a comment on the photo you want to use with an @mention to the user. This way, they'll be notified of your comment and see that it's directed to them.
- Direct Message the person via Instagram ⟹ If you don't want anyone to see your comment, you can send the user a DM (direct message) through Instagram's DM box. For users who receive a lot of comments on photos, this may be a better choice as comments tend to get lost in the stream.
- Connect with the person via email ⟹ If the user includes their email or other social media handles in their bio, it might be better to reach out to them through email rather than Instagram. An email appears more professional, and won't get lost in the notifications and noise on Instagram.
- If you're still unsure, check out our blog post on How To Legally Repost User-Generated Content on Instagram!