Instagram for Windows 10 Mobile is getting its second notable update this week, bringing along the ability to save any pictures on your feed to your own personal collection. That's thanks to a new bookmark icon present underneath each post in your feed (via WindowsPhoneArena). Simply tap the icon and that picture will appear in a dedicated "Saved" section under your profile.
While the feature is new to the Windows 10 Mobile app, Instagram actually began rolling it out to other platforms in December. And while it's a relatively small addition in the grand scheme of things, it's one of those features that could be incredibly handy if you're tired of taking screenshots for every neat thing you see in your feed.
This follows a separate update that started rolling out to the app earlier this week that brought new features to Instagram's camera on some Windows Phones, including support for Boomerang, night mode, and hands-free video. While the Windows Phone app may lag slightly behind its counterparts, it's good to see that Instagram is still working to bring new features to the app at a relatively quick pace.
If you'd like to check out the new save button, you should be able to grab the latest update from the Windows Store now. After updating, you'll want to make sure you're on app version 10.743.19450.0.
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