Now You Can Keep Track of Things You’ve Tried on Pinterest
Pinterest is pretty much the easiest way to make a digital wishlist, and while it hasn’t changed much over the years, it is still super useful. Not to mention how fun it is to look at other people’s Pinboards — it’s like one big colorful magazine! Earlier this year, Pinterest received an update that makes it easier to find your next project, and it also got buyable Pins. We also love it for being one of the best places to show us products that are really worth the money.
Pinterest’s newest innovation is about to make online shopping even easier. The new “tried it” button is designed to keep track of everything you’ve already tried. Pinterest’s blog post about the new feature says:
“Next time you build, visit or make something you found on Pinterest, tap the new checkmark to say that you tried it. You can even add feedback, notes and photos to help others decide if they should give it a go too. When people try a Pin, their feedback will show up right on the Pin itself. Just scroll down to see how it turned out for others — you may even find some helpful hacks from people who tried it before you.”
All your tried Pins will show up in a new section on your profile. The feature is starting to roll out today on the website, and is expected to be incorporated in the iOS and Android apps within a week. Make sure to keep your apps updated so you can be sure to “try it” as soon as possible!
What are some of your favorite Pins you’ve tried? Make sure to follow Brit + Co on Pinterest!
(h/t Engadget, photos via Getty)