On the heels of announcing that it has reached 500 million active monthly users, Instagram says it will soon add a translation feature to its app.
Through a post on the image-sharing app, the company announced that within a month, users will be able to translate image captions, comments, and profile bios using a new translate button.
When you come across a post you want to translate into a language that isn't your default language, you can hit the "See Translation" button to convert it into the language you've chosen in your profile's language settings.
Considering that 80 percent of Instagram's user base lives outside the United States, this feature will likely be welcomed by many.
The company does explain on its Help website that if a translation isn't showing up, it might be because the app doesn't currently support that language or couldn't detect the initial language being used.
The full translation feature should be ready for most users by July.