Pinterest has many users who are using the platform for various domestic and social help. And some of those articles are always a favorite that they can use again and again. But Pinterest has a greater potential by allowing users to get add-ons for every fan.
We list out the best Pinterest extensions that can be used by everyone.
Pin it and browse
There are many people who start their day by visiting Pinterest every day and almost every hour. With the Pinterest Tab extension, you can jump into the Pinterest feeds and browse the best stories or search for them directly.
You browse the web and feel like you found something really interesting that you want to share on Pinterest. Instead of going through the entire process of capturing the screenshot, saving it, and then uploading to Pinterest, you can now use Page2Images extension. It captures the screenshot but you can immediately share it on your Pinterest boards directly.
This works similar to the Peek feature in iOS with 3D Touch. You can view a post or image without clicking it and find hovering or zoomed in.
We always like to know who made that post. Or did the post come from? With Pinterest Palooza, you can find out the source page from where the user shared the image. It also conveniently allows users to open the source page in a separate tab without clicking the image.
This is by far the most fun usage of Pinterest. With Pinterest Enhanced, you can arrange all the posts in a fixed format for viewing and reading. It looks similar to a social media feed, and all the posts can be viewed in succession.
Pin it for good
Not everyone is interested in sharing just images and quotes. Some pages have posts that can help a lot. So why not just Pin that page the next time you're browsing right from your browser.
You may not have time to scroll through every post, or you may want to see only the latest ones. With Pinterest Sort, you can find and filter through the Pinterest feeds and see the posts that you want without the unwanted posts.
Of the millions of posts that are shared on Pinterest, there are many that you may miss out to add as your favorite. When you're out looking for them, you might want to use Pin Search. It functions like Google for Pinterest, looking for the posts and shows you the closest results.