Pinterest Rolls Out ‘Secret’ Boards

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Just in time for the Holidays, Pinterest is rolling out a new feature; secret boards!

Pinterest is allowing all users the ability to hide up to three boards from everyone else. According to the website, secret boards was one of the site’s most requested features.

In a release from Pinterest they said, “We hope that secret boards will make Pinterest even more useful. You can use secret boards to keep track of holiday gifts, plan a special event, or work on a project you aren’t yet ready to share with the rest of the world.”

You can keep your secret boards to yourself or invite family and friends to pin with you.

To create a secret board from the web, visit your profile and scroll down to the bottom. Then, click “Create a Secret Board.” You can also click “Add+” on the top right-hand corner of Pinterest to select “Create Board” and turn the Secret button to “On.”

Click here to read the instructions on how to create secret boards on your mobile device.

Be sure to stay with Heather Lewis and her Pinterest Interest segment. She actively pins interesting things to her Pinterest boards. Check out her boards here.

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