UPDATE: As of April 6, Juicer has enabled the ability to add multiple owned Instagram username sources to a single Juicer feed. Please see details at the bottom of this post.
On April 4, Instagram (IG) surprise announced they were making a set of restrictions to their API, effective immediately. These changes will impact your usage of Juicer, as they impact all social media aggregators and any third-party service that uses Instagram’s API.
Moving forward with social aggregators:
Please also note that for Juicer Enterprise account owners, all unowned IG user sources will be charged as "archive" mode sources from now on ($1 per month per source).
Regardless of whether or not you are directly impacted by these changes, please go to the "Connected Social Accounts" page for your feed(s) and refresh your IG connection. You can do this at https://www.juicer.io/social-accounts.
Obviously, this is a sudden change. Unfortunately, these restrictions were issued without warning, and have impacted many apps across the web who work with Instagram’s API. The changes were made due to recent pressure on Facebook (Instagram's parent company) to tighten security - you have likely seen news stories on this topic in recent weeks.
We will update this post as new information becomes available. Please contact us with any questions. You can read the full announcement from Facebook about these changes on their website here.
April 6 Update: To add more Instagram connections on the "Connected Social Accounts" page for your feed, simply click the chain icon next to the Instagram connection, and you can enter the login details for more Instagram accounts. This will allow you to add those same accounts to your "Social Media Sources" area of the feed dashboard and display the posts. Make sure you are logged out of Instagram entirely before trying to add more connections, or Juicer will default to the account you're logged into.