If you have some embarrassing, overly edited, or otherwise questionable Instagram posts from, say, back in 2011, then you're certainly not alone. Everyone went crazy with the X-Pro II and Sutro filters, and those terrible border frames. That's probably why the company is introducing a new feature that lets you hide your posts without having to delete them forever. Finally.
As a report by TechCrunch explains, Instagram is currently testing out an "archive" function that allows you to easily hide any of your posts, keep the hidden photos organized in a separate archive section where only you can see them, and un-hide the photos so they reappear on your profile at any time. In other words, you'll no longer have to risk regretting your decision to delete a photo that's not getting enough likes or a memorable photo that's embarrassing but also worth holding onto. You can just archive them instead.