You had the perfect image to share on Instagram. But, being caught up in the excitement of posting it, you accidentally entered a caption with a typo. Bummer! Now the burning question is: Do you delete the picture or live with the embarrassing error?

Well, the good news is you no longer have to choose either.

With Instagram’s caption editing feature, you can easily go back and edit the captions on your posts. This is only one of the amazing updates to the Instagram app that the company announced on Monday, November 10.

“When you share a moment to Instagram, a typo shouldn’t get in the way. This has been one of the top requests that we’ve heard from the community, and we’re excited to finally bring it to you today,” the Facebook-owned company wrote in a blog post.

The caption editing function can be found in the menu beneath your image. Simply tap the “Edit” option to make quick changes to your caption. Aside from captions, you can also edit a the location you originally included in your post. To do this, simply tap the location name, then choose the Change Location option. You can then enter a new location or remove the location tag from your post.

If you’re using Facebook, you’ll notice a similar editing ability for status updates. The feature rolled out to the social network back in February.

Aside from caption editing, Instagram also announced an improvement to its discovery feature to help users quickly and easily find people they want to follow. The Explore icon located at the bottom of your screen has been replaced by a magnifying glass.

“When you open Explore, you’ll now see two tabs: Photos and People. The Photos tab has not changed. It contains the same grid of photos and videos you already know. The new People tab highlights interesting accounts for you to discover.”

The updates are available for the iOS version 6.2 and Android version 6.10 of the Instagram app. More info can be found here.