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Have You Created Your Best Nine 2017 For Your Instagram?

See which photos got the maximum likes in 2017

Have You Created Your Best Nine 2017 For Your Instagram?

The very first day of 2018 is well spent and we have already entered into the new year, but it seems people still stick to their 2017 memories. You might have come across the best nine 2017 trend on Instagram in the last few days. If you are not aware of the trend, it is a new year fever over all the Instagram users. A website named 2017bestnine.com enables the user to automatically collect the most liked photos of 2017 makes a collage of it.

However, the best nine-game is nothing new on the social media, but for those who are not aware of it here is how you can become a part of it. All you need to do is go to the website and enter your Instagram id to make the collage. The important thing to remember is that the Instagram profile must be public for best nine to collect your images. If you have set your profile in private turn it to the public to make best nine collage.

Instagram Nine image in 2017

Now, when you enter your Instagram ID the website will work to gather the best nine photos of yours on the basis of likes. The collage making time may vary due to the traffic on the website, once the action is complete the website will show your collage of best nine photos of 2017.

There are three versions available beneath the created collage photo. The original version of the college contains a #2017bestnine hashtag along with a quote saying ‘Thanks For Your likes’. In addition to this, the website will show you the collective likes of all your 9 images in this version. The second version is the photo only where you will only get the photos in the collage. The last one says 2016 version which will redirect to the page of bestnine2016.com and end up creating a collage out of 2016 photos.

Tanya <span>Editor In Chief</span>
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