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Old 08.12.2016, 16:13
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Default Support for datestamp in instagram plugin?

Please add support for date stamp in filename when downloading from instagram.

Each instagram post has the exact date/time of posting in the page HTML

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<time class="_379kp" datetime="2016-12-06T16:17:37.000Z" title="Dec 6, 2016">1d</time>

as far as I can see the date stamp is not encoded in the filename.

Why? I download all family photos from time to time and support for date in the filename would enable me to sort them more easily (instagram photos have Exif data removed)

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Old 08.12.2016, 16:29
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Until then I am using: Settings > Advanced Settings > GeneralSettings.useoriginallastmodified
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Old 08.12.2016, 19:03
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Old 12.12.2016, 18:31
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Date is now available in packagizer via:
<jd:prop:date>
Format: yyyy-MM-dd
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Date is now available in packagizer via:
<jd:prop:date>
Format: yyyy-MM-dd
How do I use this?
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You can use the placeholder <jd:prop:date> for instagram links in packagizer.
You can create rule in Settings-Packagizer and then use this placeholder
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