By Erika Owen
Updated: December 14, 2016

Instagram is great for inspiring ideas about where to travel—but it can also be frustrating when you can't find that one photo you liked months ago of that restaurant you wanted to eat at the next time you were in San Francisco.

Instagram announced a new update that will allow users to save photos to a private tab on their account for easy reference.


Here's how it works: You'll soon notice a new bookmark icon nestled next to your options to like, comment, or send a photo. The app is rolling out this new feature, so some may take a little longer to show up than others—make sure to update your Instagram app to the most recent version.

Along with this new save button, you'll also get a new feed on your profile that only you can access. You'll find it next to the tagged photos icon on the right-hand side.


The saved feed is simple—it appears as your regular photo feed, but only consists of the photos you've saved.


Planning a vacation inspired from all of adventures the people you follow take is now incredibly easy. You'll never find yourself at a loss searching for that liked photo from months (or years) past.