It’s become so popular to see someone mention their pronouns in their Instagram bio that the app now has a dedicated area where users can position pronouns without taking up precious profile space.

On Twitter, the company announced the new feature, stating that it is currently only available in a few countries but will be expanded soon. In version 187 of the iOS app, I was able to make it work in the United States.

To change your pronoun, go to your profile tab, select “Edit Profile,” and search for an empty Pronouns field in the list of things (this is different from the one deeper in “personal information settings”). When you tap that, you’ll be able to choose from up to four options for what you’d like to be named.

Interestingly, users cannot simply type anything they want into the field, presumably to ensure that it is used for its intended purpose and not for gender-related “jokes.” I was able to locate the majority of the pronouns on this list, and I expect Instagram to add more if users request it. (I’ve emailed the company, requesting more information.)

Whatever you select will appear in a slightly darker form next to your name; you can also choose to reveal this only to followers if you don’t want to share your gender publicly. Of course, if you want to be more creative and use emoji or a fancy font, you can do so instead of using the “official” pronouns.

Whatever you select will appear in a slightly darker form next to your name; you can also choose to reveal this only to followers if you don’t want to share your gender publicly. Of course, if you want to be more creative and use emoji or a fancy font, you can do so instead of using the “official” pronouns.