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Pinterest announced today several improvements to its browser button for saving recipes, pictures, and other content to users’ boards on the company’s app.

Now it takes fewer clicks than it used to in order to successfully pin content, according to a blog post today on the update. But that’s not all.

“It’s also easier than ever to find (or create) the board you want to save your Pin on,” Pinterest designer Cesar Isern wrote in the blog post.

Pinterest browser extensions trace back to 2012. The new version is available for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox browsers, among others.

This sort of improvement could help Pinterest become an even more vast repository of content people desire to save, whether it be pictures, articles, or even business materials.

Find the new browser button by clicking here.


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