Over the next week, we’re adding Iberian Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese options for Pinners (in addition to some improvements to Latin American Spanish)!
Hace unas semanas, para nosotros supuso un gran éxito publicar la primera versión traducida de nuestro sitio en español para Latinoamérica. Hoy, seguimos trabajando para conseguir que todo el mundo pueda pinear y, para ello, publicamos las nuevas versiones del sitio en español de España y en portugués brasileño.
The most exciting thing about Pinterest is the way people use it to do more in their lives. Whether you’re looking for a cool new kitchen table, preparing a special meal, or planning a vacation; knowing the origin of a pin, where to learn more about it, or how to buy what’s pictured is an important part of making Pinterest useful for you. We also want to try to give credit where credit is due. That’s why we’ve always tried to include attribution and direct links to sources of
Gracias a los esfuerzos de nuestro equipo de traductores, tenemos el placer de anunciar que esta semana presentaremos Pinterest en español de América Latina.
Si hablas español y no encuentras tu cuenta de Pinterest en español cuando inicies sesión, no te preocupes. Esta semana implementaremos el soporte multilingüe. La implementación será gradual, de manera que posiblemente algunos usuarios obtendrán la versión en español antes que otros.
Pins are the most useful when they link back to the original source. Today, we’re excited to announce that we’ve worked with Flickr and other communities to make it easier to pin and credit content creators. Images with sharing enabled on Flickr now have a Pin It button, and pins from Flickr now have a clear attribution statement on Pinterest.
Pin It from Flickr
A couple weeks ago we launched our new design for Pinterest profiles and we got a lot of great suggestions from Pinners.
One of the most requested features was the ability to choose a pin to be the cover for each board. Today, you’ll be able to do just that:
If you’d prefer a specific pin as a board cover, mouse-over the board you want to edit and click “Edit Board Cover”. Next, select a cover pin and drag it to the exact position you want.
I consider myself an incredibly lucky guy. For the last three and a half years, I have had the privilege of helping to found the company that — after fits and starts and lots of awkward half-steps — has become Pinterest.
We believe everyone’s Pinterest boards are a window into all the things that inspire them every day. We wanted to make Pinterest profiles as beautiful and informative about your interests as possible. Today, we’re starting to roll out a new version of profile and we wanted to share a few of the details.
The latest version of Pinterest for iPhones is in the app store today! We’ve been working on changes behind-the-pins to make our iPhone app speedier, but the update also includes a new look and new features.
So when you get a chance before the holidays, we recommend updating to version 1.4 in the app store for:
We believe that mobile is extremely important, and mobile users should have a world-class Pinterest experience. Our goal is to make Pinterest available to anyone, anywhere they go. In support of this, we released a big update to our iPhone app last month, but lack of bandwidth on our end has left Android and other smartphone users in the dark.
Today, we’re excited to introduce a brand new feature at Pinterest: Video Pins! If you’ve ever wanted to pin a DIY tutorial, a cooking lesson, a music video, or just a Beluga whale enjoying a Mariachi Band, now you can.
Just push the very same Pin It button you have installed in your bookmarks bar whenever you see a YouTube video. We are hard at work adding support for other video sites.
Touch Up Your Photos with the New Pinterest iPhone App
Last week, we released a shiny new version of our iPhone app. Thanks to lots of helpful feedback from Pinners, the new app is faster, more reliable, and (in our opinion) more beautiful!
One feature we’re especially excited about is Touch Up, a new interface for pinning iPhone photos. Touch Up lets you quickly adjust the saturation and exposure of your pictures with 1 finger.