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New Pinterest Article Pins: The Easiest (and Coolest!) Way to Share Your Favorite Articles

pinterest-2With the masses of online content circulating these days, it can be hard to keep track of all the great articles you stumble upon. You might be able to save a couple of posts every once in a while, but there’s only so much your bookmarks toolbar can take. Luckily for busy browsers everywhere, pocketing your favorite stories is about to get a whole lot easier.

Starting today, Pinterest’s method of sharing articles is getting an awesome facelift. Now when you see a pinned Babble, BabyZone, or Spoonful article, you’ll get a snapshot of content in full: including the headline, author, and a brief summary paired with the image. Gone are the days of cryptic descriptions and endless clicking!

Here’s a snapshot of what these pins look like:

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Shared articles will appear just like the pins you are used to seeing, with a sleek and organized design. And the best news of all? The pinning process hasn’t changed one bit — you’ll be able to use the Pin It button just like you always have. We’re already starting to pin away, like on our new Babble Editors’ Picks board, as well as on the Spoonful Editors’ Picks board and BabyZone Editors’ Picks board. Here, you can find some of our favorite Disney Interactive Family posts. Be sure to check back over the next few weeks as we share more article pins that make getting your daily fix of new-mom tips, home décor ideas, crafts, recipes, and more, all the easier to spot and save!

Pinterest has been the go-to site for exchanging creative ideas for years. We can’t wait to play with this new feature — talk about a true one-stop shop!

Happy pinning!

Caitlin Morton

 

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