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Abu Dhabi, UAEThursday 17 January 2019

Instagram Top Nine: how to find your most-liked photos of 2018

Make like Kylie Jenner and create one of those photogrids you've been seeing all over Instagram lately. Here we tell you how...

Another memorable moment for Kylie Jenner: When she arrived at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards in New York. Reuters
Another memorable moment for Kylie Jenner: When she arrived at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards in New York. Reuters

As we enter the final weeks of 2018, it’s a time to reflect on the past 12 months and everything we’ve achieved. For many, that will involve a scroll back through our pictures to relive some of those top moments.

If you’re an avid Instagram user, you will have probably already noticed an influx of people sharing their year highlights, thanks to the app’s Top Nine tool, which handily rounds up all those memorable moments for you.

Instagram’s Top Nine will essentially create a three-by-three picture collage of your nine most-liked pictures of the year, which you can then share with your followers to show everyone how strong your Instagram game has been.

Celebrities such as Kylie Jenner have already been sharing their Best Nine, leading a flood of other users to follow suit.

"Stormi & Kendall": Kylie Jenner shared her Top Nine Instagram posts of the year. Kylie Jenner / Instagram
"Stormi & Kendall": Kylie Jenner shared her Top Nine Instagram posts of the year. Kylie Jenner / Instagram

How to find your Top Nine

To create your own collage, you need to head to the Top Nine website or download the app, and enter your Instagram handle. Your Top Nine collage will then be generated, and you can share it to your Instagram grid or story.

The website will also show you the total number of likes you had on your Instagram account over the past year along with how many times you posted.

You can enter the Instagram handles of your friends or favourite celebrities to see their Top Nine, too.

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Updated: December 20, 2018 12:43 PM

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