Conditional filters are used in cases if you want to insert filtered feeds of certain user(s) or hashtag(s). Conditional filters can be used for both displaying or skipping certain images. Filters are also applicable to mixed feeds.
Enable Conditional Filters. Enabling the option you will be able to add condition to the feed.
Source of filtering. When creating a feed you provide username(s) and/or hashtag(s). All provided usernames and/or hashtags will be used as initial source. Filters will be applied to feed generated on this selection.
Filter Logic. Filter logic allows displaying one of the options:
- And - Displays Instagram posts which correspond to all filters.
- Or - Displays Instagram posts which correspond to at least one of the filters.
- Nor - Hides Instagram posts which correspond to at least one of the filters.
- Username. Useful when you have a feed based on hashtags. It will allow displaying feeds of only certain accounts using that hashtag. Let’s consider you have #panda and #animal hashtags, you can set @natgeo and @instapandacool to display images from these two accounts.
- Hashtag. Useful when you have a feed based on usernames. It will allow displaying feeds using only certain hashtag, e.g. if you have @bmw and @instacars as users and want to display only posts containing #bmw hashtag.
- Mention. This can be used both in cases of hashtag and usernames, e.g. displaying posts where @moby is mentioned.
- Description. This can be used both with hashtags and usernames. This can be a single keyword or word combination which should be used within the Instagram post description.
- Instagram Media Link. This is the shareable link of the Instagram post. The entire URL should be used for serving as a filter.
Result. Here you will see all of the added filters which will be applied to your feed.
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