Pinterest’s Emotional Well-Being Activities Debut in 9 More Countries

They were introduced in the U.S. last July

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The emotional well-being activities Pinterest introduced for its search experience in the U.S. last July are being extended to nine more countries.

Pinterest revealed last July that Pinners in the U.S. who searched for terms indicating that they may be struggling—such as “stress quotes” and “work anxiety”—would see well-being activities that they could partake in directly via the Pinterest application.

The guided activities were created with the help of emotional health experts from Brainstorm at the Stanford Lab for Mental Health Innovation, along with advice from Vibrant Emotional Health and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

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