Download & export Instagram comments into a CSV file using our FREE IG comments export tool! Our FREE Export Instagram Comments tool allows you to extract and export Instagram comments from posts on your Instagram post, account, and commenters’ names to an Excel sheet in CSV format.
Important: Your comment data is not stored, sold, or shared by us. Only your browser and the Instagram API are used to download comments. It is strictly used for personal use only. We take care of your followers’ privacy.
The steps to export Instagram comments are as follows:
Your Instagram comments will now be retrieved, downloaded, and exported in CSV format. The following information can be found in the Excel sheet:
Downloading the Instagram comments will allow you to:
You can select export choices after choosing your Instagram account and post. Below are several options you can choose to export Instagram comments.
If you use this option, each comment must be mentioned by a certain number of friends before it is exported. Up to 10 of your listed friends can be chosen from the options.
When this filter is turned on, we will remove numerous comments from the same user. The export will only contain this user’s initial comment. A user ID is obtained from Instagram to identify a certain repeated user.
If this option is enabled, comment replies are included while exporting Instagram comments. Comment replies are omitted from the comment export by default. While exporting, you will also receive the parent comment ID for the response.
The comments can be sorted in Excel by the Instagram username, date (newest first), date (oldest first), and number of likes.
A second text field where you can insert a particular word, hashtag, or response will display if you enable this filter. The text needs to be in a comment to export.
The CSV file will contain the fields that you choose from this list. We choose the username and comment by default.
We don’t have any restrictions as the tool is absolutely FREE to use.
Yes. You can download and export comments from your personal Instagram account.
Some versions of Excel have a known bug that causes strange characters in CSV files.To rectify this issue: