I look forward to trying this. Thanks for sharing it!
Chris Remus
11

Haha, thank you.

You just have to “clone” the whole repository, pip install the dependencies and edit the quickstart.py file to fit your needs. 
Then just

python3.5 quickstart.py

in your console and that’s it.

All of it is documented in the Readme file on github : https://github.com/timgrossmann/InstaPy

If you’re willing to read some of it, you won’t need a code-savvy friend :D

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