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Like the last Photo of a User

ReplyThanks 2017/11/09 00:01:37 0 0


I want to just like the last photo of a users feed. Is that possible?

How can I adjust the settings to do that?

Thank you.


2017/11/09 00:04:12

I want to add something:

A different user asked the same question. I suggested him to just make a photo filter and set "posted in last ... hours". But when I am running like 200 different users, they differentiate a lot, which makes it impossible for me to find the right time for a filter.

Thats why I need to know how to like specifically the last picture.

2017/11/09 18:47:15

Are you talking about Instagram?

Here an example:


1.Don't need to use photo filter,then it can search the last photo of user.

2.If you want to liker 200 users, you should set Loop run before you run it.

2017/11/10 02:26:32


thankyou for the answer. So I downloaded and implemented your data, but I'm stillnot sure: If I am now importing a list of 200 accounts into the text, can I besure that it will be always liking the last picture? (and -only- the last one)

Andanother question: I saw you set "How to delete data after fetch use"to "Move the row to last" How is that setting different to the"Delete Row" setting.

Thankyou very much for your kind help.


2017/11/10 14:00:24

1.The data in the Text module are keywords to search users. You mean you want to add 200 keywords to search 200 users?

2. be always liking the last picture? (and -only- the last one)-----We will update this function asap,can you please some times?

3."Move the row to last row" means the first keyword will go to the last row after the task run 1 time, that means this 100 columns of data will be recycled.

"Delete Row" means it will be delete after the task run 1 time. Each column of data will only be used once

2017/11/10 17:10:02

1. Yes, I meant to add 200 keywords to search 200 users.

2. Ok thank you, I am looking forward to your update.

3. Thanks for the explanation.



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