Today Foursquare casually reintroduced “lists” on iOS and Android, a favorite feature among Foursquare die-hards.

Foursquare never technically killed lists, but the company did hide them behind a menu (Profile > Saved > Lists) and cut down related features. Starting with today’s update, Foursquare is now slowly easing lists back into the app. A Foursquare spokesperson tells us, “We added the ability to save places to individual lists and view your lists/lists you have saved on mobile.” iOS and Android can also now create new lists on mobile.

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The lists feature, which enables users to save and share collections of their favorite places, was heavily downplayed when Foursquare relaunched its self-titled app in May to focus on discovery. Long-time users quickly noticed and criticized the change.

Foursquare chief Dennis Crowley responded to complaints, and wrote that “Lists [are] coming back in a big way in the future, just not yet. Sadly, they’ve been a 1% user feature.” Later, Crowley said Foursquare will bring lists back “soonish,” “in a new/reinvented way.”

Aside from lists, Foursquare shares that this update also adds the ability to block people from following you and brings support for iOS 8, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.

Here are the related update notes for the release of Foursquare version 8.1 on iOS:

You’ll also notice the return of lists (so you can organize and share places that are awesome), speed improvements, fewer bugs, and the ability to block people from following you.