Instagram Hashtag Collector
Scrape instagram posts by a specific hashtag or a location
Instagram Hashtag Collector is a scraping tool for Instagram posts based on specified hashtags or regions, allowing for efficient data collecting from the platform.
The rationale for this automation:
Users frequently seek Instagram post data connected to specific hashtags or regions for a variety of reasons. This program streamlines the scraping of Instagram posts, saving time and effort.
How to utilize and initiate:
- Ensure you are logged into your Instagram account, as the workflow requires it for proper functioning.
- Download the Instagram Hashtag Collector workflow.
- Click "Run" to start the automation.
- In the workflow, enter locations separated by a new line in the "Locations" field (press Enter key to move to a new line).
- Enter hashtags separated by a new line in the "Hashtags" field.
- Specify the number of posts you want to scrape (enter zero if you want to scrape all posts).
- Run the workflow, and it will begin collecting Instagram post data based on the specified hashtags and locations.
Input data and result:
- Hashtags and locations for Instagram post scraping.
- Number of posts to scrape.
- The workflow will collect the following data for each scraped Instagram post:
- Post URL
- Profile URL
- User's name
- Number of comments
- Number of likes
- Post ID
- Owner ID
- Publication date
Questions and Answers:
Is it necessary to be logged into Instagram for this automation to work correctly?
- Yes, you need to be logged into your Instagram account for the workflow to function properly, as it requires access to Instagram data.
Can I use this automation to scrape Instagram posts for both hashtags and locations simultaneously?
- Yes, you can specify both hashtags and locations, and the automation will collect posts based on your criteria.
Is there a limit to the number of posts I can scrape using this tool?
- You can specify the number of posts you want to scrape, and you can choose to collect all posts by entering zero as the limit.