Pinterest is one of the platforms where you get a chance to discover new things and develop them based on your taste. Basically, on this platform, your interest matters, and that is how you get to enjoy the platform.
You get to discover things based on your interests and likes. The platform offers you new ideas based on what you like.
The recommendations users on Pinterest are based on what they like and their taste. However, Pinterest has worked out on a new plan to enable users to change what they are getting on their home feed.
The home feed controller
In many cases, you may find it difficult enjoying the experience on Pinterest when you are not able to choose what to get on Home Feed. However, that is coming to an end with the new feature from the company.
Pinterest has released a new feature with Pin-level controls and a home feed tuner. All this is new to ensure a better experience. Through these new features, you can quickly see topics, boards, recent history as well as followed accounts that make the recommendations you get.
With this type of information, you will have the ability to make tweaks hence accessing better recommendations on your home feed. It is a feature that will give users more power on what they need.
Here is a realistic example of what this feature will give you. If you have been searching for cars and all the recommendations you have been getting are about the same, and you are tired, you can easily change that to another taste that you prefer.
All you have to is open your account and look at the factors that have been contributing to your recommendations, and you can turn some on and others off. You can also add new ones.
For those who are bothered by pins in your feed and you have no idea where it came from, there is a way through that. You can easily click on the pin. You will see precisely why you are getting the pin, and you can give back your feedback.
To get the home feed tuner, go to the desktop and click "tune your home feed."
For Android users, go to settings, then click "Home Feed."
In case you are using iOS, go to profile settings, account settings, and click on "Home Feed."