Pinterest Started Direct Messaging Service Allows You to Exchange Private Messages on Pin
Every day, thousands of “pins” are published by Pinterest users. Although the submission of this content is an excellent way to let the world know that you found something that deserves to be shared with other users, the social network follows the example of other platforms – like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Vine, for example – and enables good old conversation about the contents.
Thus, from now on, whenever you receive a “pin” you can respond with a private message or send a Pin back. However, as in Vine and Instagram, Pinterest messages have a very specific purpose: The goal is to create a conversation around “pins” and not circumstantial conversations, such as Facebook and other social networking genre.
Until Now, it was only possible to send “pins” in private, without the users could create a conversation about the contents. With this new feature, Pinterest allows not only create individual conversations (between 2 people), as well as group discussions. “Say you’re organizing a camping trip with friends, you can send pins to the whole class so they can figure out where to go and what to do,” explains the social network on your blog.
To learn more about the messaging function on pinterest, just see how to works.