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Postedo

Simple Instagram scheduler that publishes for you

3.0/5
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Postedo is simple Instagram scheduling tool that saves user’s time by posting for them. Unlike similar products, we never store user’s password.

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Founder, Brutal TearDowns

Instagram terms of use explicitly prohibit automating posting like this - it's why you can't find apps out there that allow you to schedule posts without providing your password.

Over the last year Instagram have been taking an agressive stance against all forms of automation on their platform, and it's become clear that their discovery/newsfeed algorithms are now detecting behaviour like this and applying punitive measures (one example being the infamous 'shadowban')

Pros:

Great for lazy people

Cons:

Violates Instagram Terms of Use

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Maker. Indie hacker.
No, it doesn't. Postedo clicks the same buttons as everyone on Instagram but just for you. If I'd hire an assistant to click those buttons for me, it would be perfectly OK. Just a bit costly. Companies have dedicated teams for clicking those buttons and it's OK too. There's nothing to worry about, you're just being overdramatic.
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this website TOOK our money and NEVER provided any service because website was completely broken and does not do anything we have sent multiple emails and have never gotten response

Pros:

ABSOLUTELY NONE

Cons:

FRAUD plain and simple

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I would love to use this product but would not under its current constraints.

Pros:

Post w/o the inconvenience of having to do it in prime hours or from a tiny screen.

Cons:

Requires downgrading authentication to remove two-factor.

Maker. Indie hacker.
@mco, 2FA (Two-factor authentication) has to be only turned off during the add Instagram account process because I haven't had time to tweak Postedo so it can work with it (to know which buttons to press and when). However, after your account has been added to Postedo you can and should turn the 2FA on. In Postedo there's even a message suggesting to users that we encourage turning it back on after the process has been completed. By turning the 2FA on, you can also test that we seriously don't use your password when publishing posts for you. I'm sorry I wasn't clear enough before in the comments and it took me so long to clarify it.
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