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Another great way to add content to Pinterest is to use the Upload feature. This means that you have a photograph on your hard drive somewhere that you would like to upload as a pin to Pinterest. In order to do this, you are going to find the Add button in the top-right corner and instead of Add a Pin, you're going to choose Upload a Pin. That's going to take you to the Upload a Pin dialog box where you can then choose a file. On my desktop I have a set of assets and some photos, and I have one called vacation, and so in here I can find various things about a vacation that I want to take.
And so, let's say that I find this one to be interesting. I'll hit Open. It uploads it. I can set it to one of my existing boards or create a new one, so in this one I'll choose Vacation Ideas, hit Create. Describe your pin. This place is awesome... we should visit. Then all I have to do is pin it. The photo is uploaded and the description comes in right there. Any time you need to upload a pin, just simply click Add, Upload, choose your file, locate the file on your hard drive, then hit Open, give it a quick description, and click Pin It.
So whether it's photos that you've taken or just photos that you've found and saved to your computer, this is a great way to get all that information up into a place where it can be aggregated together with other ideas, so that you can collaborate with others or simply use it as a way to kick start your imagination.
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