Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating your first board, part of Up and Running with Pinterest.
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Once you have explored the site and gotten the basics of Pinterest nailed down, it's …time to start creating things yourself, and the first step in creating something on Pinterest …is to create a pinboard. …This is where you're going to take all of the little ideas and photos that you find …interesting and pin them. …So we need to create a board that has some sort of a theme. …In order to create your first board, just come up here to top-right and click Add. …Once you do that, you'll have the ability to choose Add a Pin, Upload a Pin, or Create a Board. …We'll cover adding and uploading pins a little bit later; for now, we just want to create our first board.…
So let's choose Create a Board. …For my Board Name, I am going to call it My Vacation, because let's assume that I'm planning a vacation. …My Board Category, you can see there are ton of categories available. …Since I'm probably going to be traveling, I'll choose Travel for my Board Category. …And then underneath that, there's another section called Who can pin? …
- Setting up a new account
- Finding friends
- Understanding boards and pins
- Following other users
- Creating and editing boards
- Rearranging and deleting boards
- Following proper pinning etiquette
- Aggregating inspiration or ideas
- Browsing and purchasing gifts
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Getting Started
2. Learning the Lingo
3. Working with Boards and Pins
4. Pinboard Showcase
5. Working with Gifts
What are gifts?1m 42s
6. Using Pinterest on the Go
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