Your question: Why are Instagram highlights so important?

Instagram Stories Highlights are extremely valuable because they allow brands to easily curate and showcase the content they want users to see first. You can think of them as a movie trailer for your Instagram feed.

How do Instagram highlights help?

Stories Highlights is a new part of your profile where you can express more of who you are through stories you’ve shared. And to help you build highlights, your stories will now automatically save into a private Stories Archive so you can easily relive them whenever you want.

Are Instagram highlights popular?

The Highlight covers and text are gaining huge popularity due to the fact that these small icons are the first thing a new visitor to your profile will see. You’re able to change the cover of each highlight to showcase your brand from the start.

Can I see who viewed my highlights on Instagram?

Navigate to your profile on Instagram. Tap the icon of the Highlight you want information on. Tap on the “Seen by” button in the bottom-left corner of the screen to see the list of people who saw your highlight.

Can you view Instagram highlights anonymously?

Everyone can see your Instagram highlights if your account is set to public. You can prevent someone from viewing your highlights by hiding your story from them. However, if your profile is set to private, only your followers will be able to see your Instagram highlights.

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Where did my Instagram highlights go?

If you noticed your Instagram Story Highlight disappeared today, make sure you restart your app. Your Stories will likely come back, because the bug has been fixed.

How do you share highlights to a story?

You can tap on any story in your archive to watch it.

  1. To add it to your current Story, tap Share.
  2. To add it to Highlights on your profile page (which remain public), tap Highlight and select an existing highlight to group it with or create a new one.
  3. To share the story as a static post, click More > Share as Post.