Pinterest has been gaining popularity over time. It is a fantastic platform that is very engaging to many people. With millions of users across the world, the platform has been growing steadily.
As a result, they have been trying as much as possible to improve the performance of their platform. Every move has been geared towards offering users a better experience.
What is it about?
The new feature will take the platform to another level. Pinterest has introduced a new emotional wellness feature. It is a feature that is designed to work for millions of users who search for a visual pinboard to deal with emotional health-related topics.
It is a feature designed in partnership with Pinterest, the Standford Lab for Mental Health Innovation, Brainstorm, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and Vibrant Emotional Health. With this new program, you will find several activities that users can engage in to help them deal with sadness, stress, and anxiety.
For this to happen, the platform will provide users with various activities they can involve themselves, such as self-compassion and deep-breathing exercises.
For the feature to work, a user will have to search for anything that can suggest they are not feeling well. That includes keywords such as "work anxiety" and "stress quotes." Once the application detects such words, the new activities will pop up, and the user can select whichever interests them.
The most amazing part about these activities is that they are not like any other Pinterest activities. When using them, the company does not track who is using the tools. At the same time, you will not receive any recommendations or ads. Which leaves the user with a humble and private moment when using the tools.
To make sure that no relationship between Pinterest and the tools does not expose the users, the company said that the activity is always stored secretly by a third-party.
As a result, people can get on Pinterest, discover ideas for their problems, get inspired, and get activities to help them feel better about what they are going through.