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For the last month, when I check a location on Instagram (for example, Joe's Pizzeria in NYC), it will properly load the accurate location map to Joe's. However, all subsequent location/map searches after my first try will ALSO load the same map for Joe's, even if the new location I chose was in Los Angeles, Cuba or Italy. It displays the same NYC map/address from my first search. This bug has been going on for the last month and I rely on location services in IG pretty heavily since I work in travel. It's a fairly new issue and I've reinstalled the app multiple times and confirmed that my location settings were appropriate, but it keeps happening. Basically I am getting one visual map for every single location, and I'm not able to load a new map image with accurate geography until the next day. This seems to be a very odd feature because I can't find anyone else who is experiencing this. Does anyone else know how to fix this?

asked 20 Mar '22, 23:17

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closed 21 Mar '22, 09:38

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The question has been closed for the following reason "This is not the Instagram support desk, please contact them directly" by Richard 21 Mar '22, 09:38

To state the obvious, what you are describing is an Instagram issue and you need to take it up with Instagram.

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answered 20 Mar '22, 23:40

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