This is how you change the order of a photodump on Instagram
Have you posted a nice photodump on Instagram, but after a while you start to have doubts about the order of the photos? We've all been there. For a long time you couldn't change anything about it, but that is now possible.
Whether you are (or have been) on holiday and want to share a lot of photos, or look back every month at the highlights of recent times: a photodump is the solution. You can actually lose everything in a photodump. Often these are also unedited images, which are not very posed and picture perfect, but just nice and spontaneous. In such a dump on Instagram you can lose a maximum of ten photos at the same time.
When choosing the photos you want to share, you can determine the order yourself. The first photo is of course the most important, because you will see it on your feed. Sometimes, however, you think afterwards that you would have preferred to place the third photo first, and that the last photo should be a bit earlier in your carousel. No worries, because nowadays you can still change the order afterwards. You actually have two options: you delete the post and repost it, or you follow the next step-by-step plan.
Change the order of your photodump without deleting it? You do this by following the steps below.
Go to the photodump you want to change.
Click on the three dots at the top right of the post.
Press 'edit' or 'edit' (depending on which language you use).
Then click on the trash can at the top left of the photo for each photo you want in a different order. Good to know: the photos are not permanently deleted.
Now go to your profile and press the three lines at the top right.
Open the settings and type "manage recently deleted" in the search bar.
Click on the first photo you want back in your photodump.
Finally, press the three dots at the top left of the post and click 'show in profile'.
Et voila! You repeat these steps for all the photos you want to put back in the carousel. The order you put them back in is the new order. Good luck!