This function uses the user_id to return all posts made by that user.

ig_get_user_feed(user_id, max_id = NULL, min_timestamp = NULL,
  ranked_content = TRUE, return_df = TRUE, paginate = TRUE,
  max_pages = 10, verbose = FALSE)



numeric; the unique id to identify an Instagram user which can be found in the "pk" field on a user object


integer; the unique id identifying the oldest post that you would want to retrieve in this function call


integer, date, or datetime; a value identifying the oldest post by date that you would want to retrieve in this function call. Dates and various datetime objects will be converted into an integer representing time in epoch (seconds since January 1st, 1970) since that is what the API requires


logical; do you want the feed content to be sorted by rank?


logical; do you want to return the results as a tbl_df with one row per entity or as a list with one element per entity?


logical; do you want to paginate through results or just return the first page?


integer; a limit to the number of pages to retrieve from paginated endpoints. Instagram feeds have the potential to paginate forever, so by default we stop after pulling 10 pages. If you would like more or less pages returned, then modify this argument.


logical; do you want informative messages?


bieber_user_id <- ig_get_user_id("justinbieber")
#> Error: Status: fail #> Message: login_required
bieber_feed <- ig_get_user_feed(bieber_user_id)
#> Error in check_user_id(user_id): object 'bieber_user_id' not found