On Instagram, there are caps for both user and sandbox actions such as like, comment, follow and unfollow. There is no publicly known limit on DM’s. There is also a limit for the number of actions per hour and per day.

However, the best way to test the cap for DMs is to go on TagScout and set up your personalized, automatic DMs. Then sit back and let it work 24/7. You will then be able to track it over the next lets say 7 days and get an average of it over this 7 days. Based on my personal experience of working with 7 Instagram accounts and having the DMs set-up on TagScout for a while, the daily cap usually varies between 100 to 150 DMs per day.

Disclaimer: notice that if you send one specific type of fixed DM repeatedly for a while, you can guarantee you’ll get banned by Instagram temporarily. However, Insatgrowths has developed some cool features that allows you to send a DM in many different forms as long as you use the following syntax in as many places as you want in your message:      {Phrase 1 | Phrase 2}

Meaning you can paraphrase a sentence or a word and place them in brackets to cycle between them in consecutive messages. Here is an example:

Hi {@Username},

{How are you doing ? | Hope all is well}. I am reaching out to say {thanks | cheers | appreciate } for you follow.

 

This means you will send 3 messages in a row as following:

DM1:

Hi Paige,

How are you doing ?. I am reaching out to say thanks for you follow.

 

DM2:

Hi Justine,

Hope all is well. I am reaching out to say cheers  for you follow.

 

DM3:

Hi Peacoks,

How are you doing ?. I am reaching out to say appreciate for you follow.

 

This syntax/format allows you to send different versions of a DM and dodge a spammy behaviour in the eyes of Instagram algorithm.

TagScout has a DM and Inbox feature which has a lot to offer that streamlines your DM activities.

 

 

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