This wine is too good for toast-drinking, my dear. You don't want to mix emotions up with a wine like that. You lose the taste.
Here at Pinterest, we’re happy that many pinners already enjoy collaborating on boards with each other. Tomorrow, we’re rolling out improvements to group boards — invitations and enhanced board settings.
These changes come in thanks to all of you who have given us input to help make Pinterest what it is today. In fact, the number of visitors to Pinterest this week is the highest ever. Keep the feedback coming so that we can continue to make your pinning experience better and better!
Starting Thursday morning, Pinners will be asked to join a group board before it is added to their profile. When someone adds you to a group board, you will be sent an invitation to contribute. If you accept the invitation, you will be added as a collaborator and the board will appear on your profile. Invitations will be sent by email, and pending invitations will be visible to only you at the top of your profile.
We’ve also worked to make board settings more clear. The creator of the board is clearly labeled, and each collaborator is listed below along with the name of the pinner that invited them. Creators may remove any collaborator by clicking the “x” next to their name. Collaborators are able to remove anyone they invited, and they can also leave the group at any time. (Note: group boards created prior to this announcement will not list who invited each collaborator)
The new group boards will make it easier to pin with others while giving you more control over your profile.
Happy (group) pinning!