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Instagram has a feature. If an Instagram user puts an "@," before your name, the website automatically tags you. Thuswise you get mentioned. That is how users can tell you about their response, and other people can let you know what you need to see in the first place. Anyone can check how many time he was invoked on Instagram by clicking the News feed.
Go to the News in the main menu. You will easily recognize it since it has a heart-shaped form. By clicking the "You" tab you will see all your Instagram mentions entwined with the 'fresh' likes and comments on your post. A user can see just the latest hundred notifications in his feed. These notifications cover mentions, likes and even comments. If some user has set his account as private and mentions another user in a picture, the latter cannot see the mention. To do that the user has to approve the other user as a follower. People can mention other users' projects by tagging their business accounts in photos, or by mentioning them in comments.
You can reply to any mentions that meet your requirements. Your reply will come out as a sub-thread comment. To perform a one-time search, go to the Search section in your StoryBox, enter M@ and you will see all photos users have already posted to Instagram after they give mentions to your brand. You have to make sure you are being logged in when you do this search. To carry out an ongoing search, you may make up a new Search Rule for your colleagues to use. Just go to the Search section, on the top right menu you will see "Manage Rules". There Instagram provides an option to create a new search rule. To do that you have to use M@[Instagram handle] in the "#Hashtag/keyword/@User". You can find a list of posts when you get referred to. It does not appear on your profile tab when you hit the third icon to see the posts tagged in the image. Such mentions come into view in the heart tab. Although they rapidly sink in the feeds and it is difficult to find them later.