Before you remove your account, you should consider downloading a copy of your details (i.e. your videos and photos) as a reminder of all the joy (???) this app has brought you in the past. Keep in mind that once you click Delete, you will no longer be able to access the Data Center. If you only want to take a break from Instagram, you can disable it rather than delete it. If you’ve already downloaded your images or don’t care if you see them again, here’s how to delete your account. It’s quite simple.
Log on to Instagram From Your Browser
The Instagram app does not allow you to delete your Instagram account. So, open a browser on your laptop or mobile phone and navigate to Instagram’s Delete Your Account page. If you’re already logged in to Instagram, clicking the “Delete Your Account” button will take you to the appropriate page.
Select From the Drop-down Menu
Instagram allows you to provide feedback about your decision to delete if you so desire. Is it consuming a lot of your time? Do you have any privacy concerns? Instagram is curious, and you can choose the reason(s) from the drop-down menu.
Check Out the Other Options
Before allowing you to delete your account, Instagram will provide you with a few options from the Help Center to help you make your final decision. Take the time to look over the links they’ve provided to ensure you’re making the best decision possible. If you only want to do one of the following, you may not need to delete anything.
I’d like to block a user.
I’d like to have a private account.
I’d like to unfollow a user.
My account was compromised.
Re-enter your password
Still want to proceed with the deletion? Then, enter your password again and click Delete. There is no going back now! Your Instagram account is no longer active.
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