Pinterest, the web service that lets people pin photos, videos, and other content onto boards, today said that it has changed the text of the red button that’s visible on Pinterest and other websites. For years, it has said “Pin It.” But now it says “Save.”
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Pinterest has always been the save button for the internet, and today we’re making it official. Now when you go to save ideas, you’ll see the “Pin it” button says “Save.”It’s a small word change, but it’s such a huge part of the Pinterest experience, we wanted to let you know a bit more about the thinking behind it.“Save” makes more sense worldwide
"The physical Pin has an internal circuit with a battery and a plate BLE (Bluetooth low energy) short range. When the button is pressed, it sends a signal to the device that publishes on its board decorative object. "The innovation lies in the easy and intuitive use of the application and all the technology that supports it , so that a person need not be with the open application or link bluetooth cell function with physical button , " says Igor Puga Vice President of Integration and Innovation DM9DDB."
New Year’s resolutions are easy to make, but hard to keep. With the champagne toasts and countdown to midnight long behind us, we’re checking in to see which resolutions Pinners are sticking with and which didn’t make the cut.New Year, new Pins
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