Make a Photo Grid Of Your 9 Best Instagram Posts of the Year
We’re nearing the end of the year, which means it’s time for your Instagram’s #bestnine. To the uninitiated, the #bestnine trend debuted in 2016 where users got to easily find and share their nine best-performing Instagram posts of the year. Users get to download a photo of those nine photos to share on their Instagram accounts. The process was made simple and seamless by developers Mai Sekiguchi and Yusuke Matsumara through the website 2016bestnine.com.
Back for the sequel, Sekiguchi and Matsumara has launched the 2017 iteration of the webapp-phenom. We’ve tried it for ourselves and keyed in our Insta, @typist.ph. Here’s our nine best post:
To download the photo grid of your 9 best posts on Instagram, follow these steps:
- Go to 2017bestnine.com.
- Key in your username (@typist.ph).
- Wait for the app to process your photo.
- That’s it. You’re done.
When the process is over, 2017bestnine.com will show you two versions of your #bestnine photo grid: one with a mock-Insta post, and one without. It’s also worth noting that Private accounts won’t work, but an easy fix is to switch your account to Public and revert back after the process is finished.
Share us your #bestnine photos in the comments!