Here's how to login to the Plann Desktop workspace:
- Visit https://www.plannthat.com/
- Click the LOGIN button at the top right-hand corner of the screen.
- Enter your Plann Desktop email address and password and click LET’S GO
Here's how to login to the Plann App workspace:
- Open the Plann App on your device.
- Tap LOGIN WITH INSTAGRAM.
- Enter your Instagram credentials.
- Choose whether to save your login info or not.
Viola! Plann will now display your 18 most recent Instagram images.
PSST --> Forgotten your Instagram password? We got ya covered! Here's how to reset it!
More about logging in:
The login screen shown is from Instagram - you’re logging directly into their database so we can access your previously posted photos, your analytics data and a few other goodies - unfortunately, we have no control over this screen.
Firstly, please follow Instagram's troubleshooting guide for how to reset your password and try logging into your account again.
If you're absolutely certain that you're using the correct Instagram handle and password, here are some of the reasons we’ve learned that could fix it:
✔ Make sure your Instagram app is completely updated.
✔ Clear the Cache on your phone, we’ve heard this helps.
✔ Have you recently changed your password and are currently using other apps logged into Instagram with the old password? If so, the permissions are remembering your old password so you’ll need to update all apps.
✔ You may be using Facebook or an email address/password that is linked to a different account in Instagram or Facebook. Please reset your password with Instagram and log in using a dedicated Instagram handle and password for Plann.
✔ Login to Instagram on your desktop and check the permissions you’ve given to other programs/apps. Are some of these using the old password, or do you need to remove any?
✔ If you're getting a message saying ''We've detected a suspicious login'' please contact firstname.lastname@example.org so we can help.
If you’re still having trouble, please contact Instagram directly for troubleshooting.