The popular photo-sharing platform Instagram has introduced a new feature that will let you post story ideas that feature someone you know from a group of friends.

The feature, which debuted Monday, allows users to tag each other in a photo, and then tag each of their friends in the photo.

For example, the photo tag “my love story” might say, “My friends tag me in the group of people with a love story and I tag them in the picture.”

The feature was created by a former Google employee named Mark Kastel, who said the feature was a response to concerns about “social contagion” and social distancing.

“Instagram was founded by a group who felt it was important to help people connect,” Kastell told The Washington Post in an interview.

“We wanted to build a platform that let people make friends, share pictures, and have fun.”

Instagram has more than 25 million active users.

Its creators said the new feature will let people share photos, videos, and videos that feature a real-life person, a friend or loved one, and/or their relationship.

For example, a user could post a photo of a friend tagging a friend in the same photo, or a friend tagging a friend with the same person.

In addition, the feature will show a picture of the person tagged in the photos.

Kastel said the tag feature will work across Instagram’s apps and mobile apps, so you can use the feature to tag anyone in your Instagram Stories, for example.

He said the same can be said for other popular photo apps, including Instagram Stories.

Kustel said that the new tagging feature will be in place in the next few weeks.