Check, Please: Pinterest Adds Way for Users to Keep Track of Things They’ve Tried

Looking for a way to keep track of the ideas you try after discovering them on Pinterest? Check.

Looking for a way to keep track of the ideas you try after discovering them on Pinterest? Check.

The social network announced in a blog post that it is adding checkmarks to Pins so that users can mark the ideas in those Pins as something they have tried.

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Pinterest said the update began rolling out Thursday to iOS and Android, with a web launch “in the coming weeks.” The social network added in its blog post:

Next time you build, visit or make something you found on Pinterest, tap the new checkmark to say that you tried it. You can even add feedback, notes and photos to help others decide if they should give it a go too.

When people try a Pin, their feedback will show up right on the Pin itself. Just scroll down to see how it turned out for others—you may even find some helpful hacks from people who tried it before you.

All the Pins you try live in a new section on your profile. That way you can easily get back to things you want to try again—like your favorite cocktails or go-to hotel workouts.

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Pinterest users: Check, please?