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Pinterest May Soon Offer Private Boards

November 7, 2012
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Private boards may soon be coming to Pinterest. When pinning an image to Mashable's Pinterest account Wednesday morning, we noticed a mention of "secret boards." We were unable to create secret boards or find another reference to them, however, signaling that this may be a feature that Pinterest is preparing to roll out shortly. Pinterest couldn't immediately be reached for comment....

 

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