How on earth do I find what the folks I am following are pinning? I am now using the 'new' version of the site; on the 'old' version, there was a category which was called 'following' but it is no longer there.
Can anyone help me??
In the new version of pinterest your main page has all the pins from the people you are following. If you are wanting to see something else you need to click on the icon with the three small bars in the top left hand corner of the screen.
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