Refresh your public screens by displaying images from Instagram! The Instagram-post on your public screens will automatically retrieve new images and keep people updated, at the same time as you get to advertise about where people can follow you.
You can display images from your own Instagram-user. The images on the public screen will be automatically updated when there are new images on Instagram.
The display focuses on the last image that is published, and displays thumbnails of older images. If you have several Instagram-accounts, you can create several posts where you display images from different accounts.
In the main area the last five images will be displayed, and in the sidebar only the last image will be displayed.
Video posts on your Instagram account appear on the screen with the image you selected as the cover, marked with a video icon. Reels from Instagram cannot be displayed in the Instagram post.
Try it yourself
To start displaying images from Instagram on your public screen, you have to authorize this. Click "Give access" and log in to your Instagram-account.
If you are logged in to an Instagram account in the browser, this will appear. If you want to view photos from an Instagram account other than the one you are logged in with, you must therefore log out of the Instagram account in the browser to be able to log in and give access with another.
Select if you want the post displayed in the main area or in the sidebar, and select which screen(s) to publish it on. It can be a good idea to preview before you save.
We can display photos from all types of Instagram accounts, but if the account is marked as "Private account", you must authenticate the post again every 60 days.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!