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This article was published on December 14, 2016


Instagram now lets you save anyone’s pictures to your own private collection

Instagram now lets you save anyone’s pictures to your own private collection


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Ever seen an awesome Instagram you want to save for later, only to have it fade into memory after myriads of new posts? That’s no longer a problem.

Starting today, you’ll be able to save posts you’d like to revisit. You’ll see a little bookmark icon – similar to the one on Facebook – on the bottom right of posts. Tap on it, and the post will be saved on a private tab in your profile.

It’s a small but useful addition that’s at least more convenient than taking a screenshot of an awesome meal or a photo of a crush (don’t do that, it’s creepy).

The feature is rolling out today to both Android and iOS (check that you’re on Instagram version 10.2).

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