Instagram has made it easier than ever to capture close-ups of your friends at their most unflattering moments.

Superzoom, Instagram’s latest feature announced Thursday, lets users record zoomed-in videos with one press of a button.

Here’s how it works:

1. Open the camera

2. You’ll see “Superzoom” next to “Boomerang” under the record button.

3. Tap “Superzoom” and then tap record to automatically zoom in with suspenseful music.

Make sure you download the latest update for Instagram’s iOS or Android app (version 20.0), the camera will show the option for Superzoom right next to Boomerang in the menu below the record button. Tap record and Instagram takes care of the rest — it’ll superzoom in and add suspenseful music to it:

Instagram also added a five Halloween face filters and stickers in the camera, available through November 1:

As for Superzoom, Instagram users are already make the most of it, as this very good dog shows:

The latest feature on Instagram, predictably, replicates something Snapchat has had available for a while. As history has shown, Instagram has a tendency to roll out features that Snapchat has released two and a half years prior.

Also in Version 20.0 of Instagram is the ability to “go live with a friend,” in which a user invite individual friends to watch their Instagram live video. Previously, Instagram would notify users if a friend had gone live, but now it’s putting that notifying ability in the hands of its community.

The updates are scheduled to roll out over the next few weeks.

This update from Instagram also includes Halloween-themed filters and stickers available until November 1. Previous to this, Instagram introduced updates that allowed users to go live on video with a friend and create story polls.

Ivanka Trump, President Donald Trump’s daughter and White House advisor, has been raising eyebrows on social media, but not in the same ways as her father. Instead, Ivanka has recently begun to follow figures and personalities that many would consider falling far left of center.

The mysterious follows add to the speculation that Ivanka is serving as a liberal voice, and liaison, to liberal Americans, or at least provide insight into Ivanka’s personal interests in liberal figures.

Spike Lee’s powerful new film, BlacKkKlansman, tells the true story of Ron Stallworth, an African-American police officer who infiltrates a local branch of the Ku Klux Klan in 1979.

That same year, I also signed up to join the Klan. And at a secret meeting, I even met the Grand Wizard himself, David Duke, the same Klan leader featured in Lee’s film.

The white nationalist rally held across the street from the White House this weekend was vastly overshadowed by counter-protestors, as exhibited by a photo posted to the r/pics subreddit that shows “fewer than 40” white supremacists in attendance. After last August’s deadly rally in Charlottesville, North Carolina, “Unite the Right 2” was relocated to Lafayette Square via Facebook Messenger chats. The photo saw more than 54,000 “upvotes” on the site in the space of 21 hours.

Move over, righties. Oreo has a solution for left-handed cookie eaters this International Lefthanders Day, for a problem that the right-handers of the world may have no idea is an issue in the first place for many Oreo fans.

To celebrate the holiday, Oreo released a limited-edition box of Oreo cookies designed specifically for lefties. Because apparently, poor lefties have been struggling this whole time with getting to the delicious snacks and being faced with no hope of a viable solution.

Amazon Prime day is here! If you don’t have a Prime account yet, rectify that here (for free!) and get savings on thousands of items for 36 hours only.

We’re keeping a running list of all the best stuff we find throughout the day, as well as individual articles highlighting our favorites, so keep an eye out here and enjoy the second-biggest discount shopping day of the year, without all that “getting punched in the face at a Walmart on Black Friday” business.