Chat icon with exclamation point You may have noticed some updates to Pinterest in recent weeks—particularly if you're under 16. Learn more about the settings and options designed to protect teens' personal space and safety on Pinterest.

If all of your Pins and boards are missing or look different, it could be because:
  • You are viewing your Created tab. To go back to your boards, click your profile photo, then click Saved.
  • You deleted the Pin or board. Deleted Pins cannot be recovered. Deleted boards can only be recovered for seven days after deletion. 
  • You created a second account. Check that you are logged in to the correct account.
  • You created a second account accidentally by logging in with a Facebook, Google or Apple account. Check that you are logged in to the correct account.
  • You archived a board. To find your archived boards, scroll to the end of your boards on your Saved tab. You can also use the search bar in your Saved tab to search for the name of an archived board.
  • If one or more of your Pins or boards are missing:

    We may have removed content that goes against our community guidelines. Check your email inbox and look for a message that explains why your Pin or board was removed. To learn more about what we do and don't allow on Pinterest, read our Community guidelines.

    If a group board is missing:
  • Your group board might be temporarily disabled because someone in the group board is under 16 years old. We updated some of our features to provide a more positive and protected experience for younger teens, where their profile, boards, and Pins are only visible to them.
  • You may have left the board accidentally or been removed by the board creator. If you left a group board by mistake, ask the owner to invite you back to the board or request to join the board.
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