Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring likes and comments, part of Up and Running with Pinterest.
In addition to repinning things on Pinterest, you can also express your interest or approval …of things through comments and likes. …So the first thing you need to do is find something on Pinterest that interests you …and give your stamp of approval on it. …So for instance, if I think this photograph here is nice, I can do one of two things: …I can like it, which just basically tells the world that I've liked this, and you can …see right there it has one Like now at the bottom; …I can also add a comment to this. By clicking the Comment button, …I am able to add a comment, and so I could say, "This is a nice shot...…
Interesting angle," hit Comment and there we go. It's added. …Each and every time a comment is posted, you'll see a new threaded comment down below. …You can unlike things at any given time; however, you cannot remove your comments. …So let's try this again. …So let's say that I like this picture here. …We'll go up to the top and I can like it. …Again, that gives it a one-click stamp of approval. …
- 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
iPhone Photography, from Shooting to Storytellingwith Richard Koci Hernandez1h 45m Appropriate for all
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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