How To Set Up A Linktree For Your Instagram


Instagram restricts users to only one link in the bio, which can be problematic for content creators and anyone else who might want to direct potential followers to multiple links.

The typical solution — updating your bio every time you have a new link to share — can be time-consuming.

Linktree allows you to make your links available to your followers. With Linktree, you can easily share your work, links to organizations you’d like your followers to donate to, and whatever else you want people to click directly from your Instagram bio. Additionally, it allows you to share all your other social media accounts with your Instagram followers. On your Linktree, you can display your Twitter, Letterboxd, and Substack accounts.

  1. Go to
  2. Select “Get Started for Free”
  3. Enter the required information and select “Sign up with email” to create your account
  4. Set-up a new account

To add links to your account, select the “Links” tab. There, add a title and the URL for your link, and it will appear on your profile. To add an additional link, select “Add new link.”

You can edit your Linktree profile by selecting “Appearance.” There you can add a profile picture and edit the theme.

You can connect your other social media accounts to Linktree by going to “Settings” and scrolling down to “Social Links.” There you can enter your other accounts.

While editing your Linktree, you will see a preview on the right side of your screen.

Now that you have your Linktree setup, we will show you how to add it to your Instagram bio.

How to add a Linktree to your Instagram:

  1. Copy the link to your Linktree
  2. Open Instagram
  3. Go to your Instagram profile
  4. Select “Edit Profile”
  5. Paste the link under “Website” and select “Done” in the upper right-hand corner.

Now your Linktree will be visible in your Instagram bio, so you can share as many stories as you like with the caption “Link in bio.”

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