Instagram filters list

All the logical boolean operators AND, OR, EXCLUSION and PARENTHESIS are available within the same filter :

A space between 2 words or operators matches the logical "AND"
The "OR" operator have to be written in capital letters between to words and matches the logical "OR".
The minus sign - (without space after but with space before) matches the exclusion.
The parenthesis () can be used to make some regroupments. By default the logical "AND" (space) is prior on the logical "OR" (OR).

All the filters below can be combined with the boolean operators above.

OperatorExplanationExample
key-wordAllows to focus on all the posts that contains the key-word or the key-word with # aheadcar
Focuses on all the posts with the key-word "car" or the hashtag "#car"
"exact expression"Allows to focus on all the posts that contains the exact expression, meaning all the words of this expression, in this exact order."blue car"
Focuses on all the posts with the expression "blue car" in it.
It will NOT find this content : "a blue bird and a yellow car"
But it will find : "I have a blue car"
#key-wordAllows to focus on all the posts with a specific hashtag#car
Focuses on all the posts that contains #car.
It will NOT find posts with the word "car" without ahead #
lang:Permits to consider only posts written in a certain language.

xx = language abbreviation

Principal languages :
- fr : french
- en : english
- es : spanish
- ja : japanese

See the list of the 64 available languages
lang:fr
Focuses on all the posts written in french.
contains:elementAllows to focus on posts that contain a characters string.
This filter is not sensitive to the breaks of capital letters or accents.
contains:rid
Focuses on all those contents : ride, riders, riding but also on pride, bridge, hybrids, etc...
!contains:elementAllows to focus on all the posts that contain a characters string.
This filter is sensible to the breaks of capital letters or accents.
!contains:Rid
Focuses on all the posts that contain this character string Rid (with the capital letter).

This filter is very useful to focus on a proper name (the name of your brand for example)
emoji:Allows to focus on all the posts that contain a specific emojiemoji:joy
Focuses on all the posts that contain the emoji "joy": 😂
has_emoji:
(true/false)
Allows to focus on all the posts that contain one or many emojishas_emoji:true
Focuses on all the posts that contain at least one emoji.
from:userAllows to filter the posts of a certain Instagram account @userfrom:kylian_mbappe_k.7
Focuses on the posts issued by Kylian Mbappe
We can also use @kylian_mbappe_k.7 as a shortcut
likes:
( > / < / = )
Allows to filter the posts or users focusing on the number of likes they have received on your topiclikes:>200
Focuses on users or posts that have generated more than 200 likes on the topic
views:
( > / < / = )
Allows to filter the video posts focusing on the number of views generatedviews:<1000
Focuses on videos that have less than 1000 views on Instagram
comments:
( > / < / = )
Allows to filter posts focusing on the number of comments they have generatedcomments=500
Focuses on posts that have generated exactly 500 comments
content_type:
(photo/video)
Allows to filter posts giving the type of post : photos or videoscontent_type:video
Focuses on Instagram posts that are under video format only
hashtag_count:
( > / < / = )
Filters posts giving the number of hashtags they containshashtag_count:<10
Focuses on Instagram post that have less than 10 hashtags.
author_name_contains:Allows to filter posts giving the name of their authorauthor_name_contains:orange
will focus on the posts issued by the accounts that have "orange" in their names: @orangejeuxfr, @orange, @orange_senegal, but also @museeorangerie, @orangepharmacy, etc.**
word_count:
( > / < / = )
Filters posts giving the number of words (excluding hashtags) they containsword_count:>10
Focuses on Instagram post that have more that 10 words in their description.

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Combination of filters

All filters can be combined. For example, hashtag_count: and word_count: can be combined to choose to focus on Instagram post that have more words that hashtags.


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