Instagram has been on a roll lately making changes to its app.
Just when you get used to its new layout though, the social media company announces it's changing yet again.
We first saw the brand make changes to its logos, then they introduced Instagram Stories, its Zoom feature and now we’re seeing Photo Maps go.
According to Mashable, Instagram confirmed it has already begun to remove the location-based feature from users profiles last week.
You’ll notice if you go onto someone else’s profile, the location image in the toolbar will no longer be there between their ‘scrolling Photo Feed’ and ‘Photos of You’ features.
However on your own profile, you can still see the pin and tap into your own Photo Maps - but don’t get too used to it now, as it’ll be gone soon.
“Photo Map was not widely used, so we've decided to remove the feature and focus on other priorities," the company said in a statement.
This change is proof that Instagram is slowly getting a huge makeover, moving away from the location-based app it started out as, to be more like its number one competitor, Snapchat.
But don’t worry, you’ll still be able to rub your travels in your friends’ faces.
Instead of Photo Maps you can use geotags, where you can tag a location in an individual post and click on the location to see other people’s photos from the same spot.
The small map that appears on the top of that page isn’t going anywhere either.
So, you’re safe to keep bragging about having been to the Eiffel Tower in Paris and eaten that insane Reuben sandwich in New York.