Ah, Pinterest. It鈥檚 the social network that fuels every one of our creative spurts and future #DIYGoals 鈥 whether it鈥檚 travel destination inspo or wedding planners to follow. Every time we see a gorg pic on the Internet, we itch to pin it to one of our boards. If you love pinning, heads up! The platform just announced a change in the site that is going to change the Pin It button forever.

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No longer will users have a 鈥淧in It鈥 button. Instead, the entire network is switching over to a 鈥淪ave鈥 button, effective today. The change reflects Pinterest鈥檚 increasingly global audience 鈥 half of all users come from outside the US 鈥 and a desire to bring in more international content. (Apparently 鈥淧in It鈥 doesn鈥檛 translate well in some languages.) According to Pinterest, this means that there will be 鈥渁 wider and richer selection of Pins to explore 鈥 more authentic Japanese recipes, more French street styles, more Scandinavian parenting hacks.鈥

But although the name is changing, Pinterest users will be able to use the 鈥淪ave鈥 button exactly the same as 鈥淧in it.鈥 There will still be the option to save directly from the web and save to a secret board. On top of the rename, Pinterest is also tweaking its setup. Users can now see every single board where a pin has been saved. It鈥檚 a great way to discover people who are pinning the same things or have similar interests.

Happy pinning 鈥 er, saving!

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