Story Pins give people more ways to share ideas with up to 20 pages of videos, images and text. Story Pins are currently available to some people with a Pinterest business account.
View Story Pins
Story Pins appear in your Pinterest home feed or in other places in the Pinterest app. You’ll recognise them by the the Story Pin icon to the top left of the Pin. A Story Pin gives you all of the information you need to follow a recipe, try some craft or try a creator’s idea. Some Story Pins will have a list of details, ingredients or supplies you’ll need to make the Pin. Tap into a Story Pin from your home feed and swipe through the pages to get creative.
You can add comments, reactions or photos to a Story Pin just like you would on any other Pin. You can also save Story Pins to your boards like any other Pin, although you cannot save an individual page from within a Story Pin.
Want to create your own Story Pin? Check out these steps.
View the Story Pins following stream
The Story Pins following stream is currently available to people who follow active Story Pin creators. It’s a way to view Story Pins from creators you follow and discover new creators at the top of your home feed in the Pinterest app. If a creator has recently published more than one Story Pin, you’ll see a number on their profile picture. Tap on a profile picture to view the Story Pin. Scroll vertically to see more recently published Story Pins in the stream.
Tap Discover creators at the top of your home feed to see new Story Pins from creators you do not follow. You can save a Story Pin and follow the creator.
If you’ve already viewed a creator’s recent Story Pins from the following stream, you can tap their profile picture at the top of your home feed to view their profile.