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After teasing its new look during the recent launch of its Web analytics service Pinterest Launches Web Analytics & A Sneak Peek Into Its Brand New Look [Updates] Pinterest Launches Web Analytics & A Sneak Peek Into Its Brand New Look [Updates] Pinterest has introduces Web analytics, helping website owners get a better idea of what content is being pinned from their site. The newly introduced feature could help you answer the simplest question – “how is... Read More , Pinterest has started rolling out a complete redesign of its website to all users. The update is currently available via invite, so you will not be able to jump on to the site and see it right away – you’ll have to wait patiently to get to play around with the new website. The invitation will arrive as an email from Pinterest, but you can head over to right now and check if you can switch to the new look from your settings menu.

The most noticeable change in this redesign is to the close-up view of pins. The new looks lets you easily discover more content that’s similar to the what you’re currently viewing. This is presented as other pins on the same board, pins from the same website, and other pins from people who’ve pinned this item. All these options would be available without leaving the page you’re currently on.

The update also includes some smaller changes that should be quite useful. For example, all pins have now been made larger; the functionality of the browser’s back button has been improved, and will now actually bring you back to where you were instead of making you lose your place entirely; and the entire site should be more stable and reliable. Some of the new features will reach Pinterest’s iOS and Android apps as well.

Did you get a chance to try the new design? What do you think about it?

Source: Pinterest Blog

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  1. Tracey
    March 21, 2013 at 6:17 pm

    I agree with suneo - the old design is better. I'm having issues when you click on a pin. Once you click it doesn't bring up the bigger window, I get a completely gray screen that has a tiny cut off header... Quite annoying! I like to test pins before I post them. AND its slower!

  2. Scott M
    March 20, 2013 at 10:41 am

    I liked the site as it was but small tweaking is fine with me.Its a unique social site.

  3. suneo nobi
    March 20, 2013 at 7:46 am

    Yes,have used the new design but IMO the old one is far better........

  4. techguyknows
    March 20, 2013 at 6:37 am

    I do not see the new design.

  5. William Janus
    March 19, 2013 at 11:01 pm

    Printerest is the number one social media site to come out yet. You can post comments if you want to or not if you don't want to. The pins that you can apply to your account have such a wide varriety that it is impossible to compare it with any other site.

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