To provide you with the most inspirational, personalised experience on Pinterest, we use information about your activity on Pinterest and off it. For example, if we see that you’re into cooking based on what you save on Pinterest, we may suggest food-related Pins, boards or people that we think you might like.
As we explain below, you can update your privacy and data sharing settings to adjust what information we collect and how we share and use it.
When you turn on
|Use sites you visit||Controls how we use data collected on other websites and apps to improve
|Use partner info||Controls how we use info from our partners for
|Improve the ads you see about Pinterest||Controls whether we can use your Pinterest activity to show you ads about
|Share activity for ads performance reporting||Controls whether we can share info about you with advertisers, to help them to
If you’re located in the UK and you’ve selected that you’re under the age of 18, these settings won't appear for you, and we won't show you ads. Until you're 18, we'll treat your account data as though all of these settings were 'off'.
Simply put, that means we won’t use your data from outside of Pinterest to show you recommendations on Pinterest, and we won’t use your data to show you ads. We also won’t share it with other ad platforms for our own advertising.
We’ll still use your on-Pinterest activity to show you things we think will be relevant, interesting and personal to you, to help you discover and do what you love.
You can edit your
You can prevent someone from following you, messaging you or interacting with your Pins by
You can also change your
If you’re located in the EU or UK, you can adjust your cookie preferences by visiting your
Finally, if you’re a parent of a teen on Pinterest, there’s more info for you about