Your home feed is a blend of Picked for you Pins and Pins from the people, topics and boards you follow. You can hide individual Pins from your home feed or unfollow the board, topic or account that the Pin came from. This helps Pinterest understand the kinds of Pins you do or don’t want to see. If you hide a Pin on accident, you can unhide it.

To learn more about why you’re seeing a Pin in your home feed, click the ellipsis icon in the bottom-right corner of the Pin. You’ll be given a reason for why you’re seeing the Pin.

To edit all of your recommendations at once, you can tune your home feed to turn on or off recommendations that you do or don’t want to see.

Hide a Pin in your home feed
  • Log into your Pinterest account
  • From your home feed, click the ellipsis icon in the bottom-right corner of the Pin
  • Click Hide Pin
  • Select a reason for hiding the Pin
  • If you find a Pin that violates our Community guidelines, you can report the Pin.

  • Open the Pinterest app on your device and log into your Pinterest account
  • From your home feed, tap the ellipsis icon in the bottom-right corner of the Pin
  • Click Hide Pin
  • Select a reason for hiding the Pin
  • If you find a Pin that violates our Community guidelines, you can report the Pin.

  • Open the Pinterest app on your device and log into your Pinterest account
  • From your home feed, tap the ellipsis icon in the bottom-right corner of the Pin
  • Click Hide
  • Select a reason for hiding the Pin
  • If you find a Pin that violates our Community guidelines, you can report the Pin.

    Unhide a Pin in your home feed

    If you hide a Pin on accident, click Undo to see the Pin in your home feed again.

    If you hide a Pin on accident, click Undo to see the Pin in your home feed again.

    If you hide a Pin on accident, click Undo to see the Pin in your home feed again.

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