How to create your Instagram Best Nine year in review photo series
It is that time of year again when everyone begins to look back on the 12 months they have had, with all the big and little memories, trying to ponder what it all means and where you are headed with life.
In reality none of that happens because you are too busy judging everyone’s Instagram best nine which plague your newsfeed in the weeks leading up to New Years.
What better way to send off the year then indulge in the self-love and egotism of celebrating your Instagram posts over the past year.
The snazzy collages that are rife on your newsfeed are a collection of the nine most liked Instagram posts from that user from that year.
You can get your best nine of 2017 on 2017bestnine.com all you have to do is enter your username and they do job.
You will then get the option to see the collage as #2017bestnine which will include the banner with your Instagram username and how many likes you had over all your posts for the past year.
You can also see the picture just as a photo collage with no banner, as shown above with Metro.co.uk’s Best Nine of 2017.
There may be some cropping issues with the tiles in the collage, so what you can do is just take note of which pictures they are and make your own collage with the pictures properly cropped.
To save the photo or original best nine post from the 2017bestnine site, you can simply right-click on the picture and say ‘save image as’ and if you are on the site on a mobile you can gold down on the image to save to your camera roll.
Then all you have to do is upload it to Instagram as a normal post using the #2017bestnine.
You can also see your 2016 best nine on 2016bestnine.com and marvel at how far your Instagram game has come.
The site will give you the option to share your Instagram best nine on Twitter and Facebook, but not Instagram so you will have to save it and upload like a traditionally Instagram post.
You could also opt to upload your best nine as an album post, but you will have to do this manually yourself.
With the 2017bestnine site you can also see other people’s best nine because it only requires a username to get the collage.
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