Pinterest goes International
Pinterest is a visual interface (as if you didn’t know) and for that reason, it easily spans many cultures and nationalities, regardless of language. However, if you are a native speaker of spanish or portugese of any variety, or you just want to pretend you are, you are in luck!
Did you know you can change the settings on Pinterest from English to North American or ‘Spanish’ Spanish, and both Brazilian and European Portugese? Well, you can.
Go to your settings pull-down under your name at the top right of your screen on Pinterest, and look under ‘Settings.’ Edit your profile and check out the Language option.
What’s interesting is that Pinterest also is posting blog entries in spanish as well. Makes sense, since so many people speak spanish and it’s an affirmation that the site relies not just heavily, but primarily on visuals. Great luck for Pinterest, too, since that relieves them of having to operate different sites to accommodate different countries.
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