Instagram is awesome. With just a little Lark or Juno, everyone becomes a better photographer. It provides us with a plethora of lovely women to crush on. And, for many, it’s the go-to app when they are trying to appear busy but are actually just scrolling through photos that cause FOMO levels to rise to dangerous heights.

For the vaunted power users, however, there has always been one huge problem with the social networking platform. No, it isn’t that you can’t show nipples on it, you perv. It’s that managing multiple IG accounts has always been a massive pain in the ass that required signing out of one account and then entering the login credentials for a separate account every time. Until now.

Yesterday, Instagram announced that it would make switching between accounts much simpler. All a user has to do now is add a new account in their profile settings (you can have up to five). After that, it just requires going to your profile page and tapping on the user name at the top to switch between accounts. No more having to enter a user name and password each time.

Whether you manage an IG account for a company you work for or just have a separate one so that your mom doesn’t have to see all your weekend antics, this will make life much easier. Of course, it also means you have to be much more careful that the pic of you downing shots doesn’t somehow end up in your company’s feed.

Justin Tejada is a writer and editor based in New York City. Follow him on Twitter at @just_tejada.