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This quick trick lets you see every single one of your old Instagram bios and wow

Kill me now 😃

As blessed as we may be with social media and everything it’s given us, there are undoubtedly a whole load of downsides – one of those being that, as the first users to venture onto these services, every single drop of activity is saved onto a database somewhere. Whether it’s embarrassing old statuses or Insta photos you’d rather not others see, there really is nowhere to hide unless you go back through deleting everything. However, that won’t work with Instagram bios, and you can see every single one you’ve ever had in a matter of quick steps.

So, if you’re wondering how you see your old embarrassing Instagram bios or how many old embarrassing Instagram bios you’ve had in the past, then carry on reading.

How do I find my old embarrassing Instagram bios?

Get ready to cringe. It’s a very simple process and the best part about it is that you don’t even need to leave the Instagram app itself. Here’s how it works:

• Make sure you’re on your Insta profile and click the three lines in the top right of the screen

• Select Settings, and then Security

• Now select Access Data, which will take you through to the web version

• Log into your Instagram and go don to Profile Info

• Select Former bio texts and get ready to see how embarrassing year 9 you really was

And that’s all there is to it! If that wasn’t scary enough, on this same page you can access a whole load of other information that Instagram keeps about you, such as the date you joined, your login activity and even your story activity.

Having said that, I’m sure they’ve all got more embarrassing details about us than just our bios.

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