Two weeks ago, Instagram announced users could begin tagging themselves and others in photos through Instagram's iOS and Android apps. Those photos have been quietly filling up a hidden profile section called "Photos of You," which goes public for the first time Thursday.
You can now pull up the profile of almost anyone on the service — anyone who doesn't have a private account, that is — and browse photos he or she appears in. Only the person who publishes a photo to Instagram can tag people in it.
If you don't like the idea of others browsing photos you're tagged in, you can adjust your settings so photos don't appear in that section until you approve them.
You can check out the feature in action in the video from Instagram below. To get access, upgrade to version 3.5 of Instagram in Apple's App Store or on Google Play.