Oh, and in case you're wondering, the person whose photo you save will not be notified when you save it. Additionally, Instagram won't keep a count of how many times your photos are saved as it does with likes or video views, according to a spokesperson.
The new feature will roll out to everyone's Instagram accounts worldwide on Wednesday. Just this week, the social media platform unleashed a new live video feature, and last week, it unveiled a Facebook-like comment system and the ability to remove followers from your private account, among other updates. Basically, all those features Instagram has been sorely lacking for years are finally happening. All we need now is a new setting that automatically unfollows people when they post multiple vacation photos in a row.