Pinterest to Release New Profile Pages This Week

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Pinterest to Release New Profile Pages This Week

As per recent reports, it has been said that Pinterest is moving on with its plans of releasing some of its redesigned profiles during the week in progress, as per statements given by Ben Silbermann the CEO and co-founder.

While expressing his opinion in this regard, along with mentioning what all pros and cons it can deliver in the time to follow, Silbermann said: "I'm so excited about it. We wanted to make it more beautiful . to make your profile different in kind than the profile you have on Facebook".

Silbermann was speaking on Tuesday at the South by Southwest conference organized in Austin, Texas.

Silbermann, during the course of his speech there, emphasized on a variety of newly found features related to the discoverability in the redesign, claiming that he, along with some experts from similar departments, wanted to get it lot easier for the users to count on other users sharing the same sense of mind. In addition, it was highlighted by the people that their connections are quickly repining pictures and other illustrations from it.

He also said the team is working on expanding the number of things that can be pinned by the users, counting the likes of video and other similar stuff.

In the time to follow, people will be easily able to pin things out from Hulu, Netflix and Vimeo among others. Along the same lines, it was revealed by the company earlier during the week that an iPad application and a public API will also be part of the entire works.

Silbermann also shared some views regarding his stimulation for Pinterest; making claims that it was a suitable project that he was forever willing to build.


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