If you’re an avid “pinner,” then you have probably already noticed that Pinterest boards can easily get chaotic, leading you soon to realise that there’s a need to split them in two, three, or even more, sub-boards.
For this reason, Pinterst has launched a new feature, called Sections that allows users to organise their boards into subsections. How is this useful? Imagine having a board where you save all your decoration ideas – it would make sense to have sections based on different rooms, right?
The feature has been tested by a handful of prolific users, and it’s now ready to roll out to everyone – with minor improvements. To start organising, users can visit one of their boards, and tap “Add section.” From there, they can pick the Pins they want to add, and they’re all set.
With the new Sections feature, pinners will not only be able to clean up their boards, but also better plan ahead for their holidays, special occasions, and so on. From party planning, to wishlisting, to getaway-ing, sections make it easy to find inspiration, resources, and so much more.
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